The Reading Room was an installation based on The Watercolors. The installation included a shed like structure with a large canvas roof. Contained within was the bound text in a box that was on a table beside a bed. Outside the structure were hung a series of watercolors based on the Nicaragua photos.
A series of black and white photographs from 1999 documenting a time in Nicaragua. This series of photographs have been source material for a number of projects over the last 16 years. Multiple fictions have used them as reference material including The Watercolors and Adventures in the Culture Trade.
Drawings of places
This series of drawing were based on memories of past places. The outline was drawn blind and then filled in to create intentional compositions.
Two Headed Birds
This series of drawings were mounted with a mirrored circular mat depicting fictional two headed birds.
Drawings of Homes
This ongoing series of drawings depicts small dwellings. They tend toward impermanence.
The Hoover Church
The Hoover photographs have been taken with a large format camera. One photograph has been altered to transform it into a Church. The Hoover building is an iconic modernist building located outside of London.
This series of photographs were taken with a large format camera inside interior showrooms then altered to mimic a real lived in environment.
The Artifact series of photographs were all taken with a large format camera. The depict found objects that then have been recontextualized in order to create new narratives about the particular object.
Taste The World
This site specific installation was a commission for the EEEL building at the UofC. It contains a large found photograph of the Bow river from the Glenbow Archive, a short text piece, a watercolor and a ink on paper piece.