My digital image Sisters is on display now in Snap to Grid at the Los Angeles Center for Digital Art.
Two of my works, Allegory and Right Before Her Very Eyes, 1992, are currently on display in the Chancery building of the Canadian Embassy in Chile. The works were purchased for Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada’s visual art collection in 1995 from the Malaspina Printmakers Society in Vancouver. For more information on this work, click here
Right Before Her Very Eyes, Etching 1992
Allegory, Etching 1992
Video of my Theatro Florae installations at the Gumusluk Academy. Soundtrack Zeb Sufism, remixed by me.
I was fortunate enough to be an artist in residence at the Gumusluk Academy in May 2009, a “thought farm” located in a small fishing village on the Bodrum peninsula in Turkey. While there, I constructed a number of installations with local flowers, vegetation, and found objects on the Academy grounds and around the area. For more information on this project, see my page here.
To read more about my time in Gumusluk, click here and go to the May 2009 blog archives.
While in Amed, Bali in 2011 I created mandalas on the beach from natural objects found locally, placed next to a yarn-wrapped tree. Within this setting, illuminated at night with small LED lights, myself, my partner, and several local community members joined in three public performance pieces invoking the spirits of the dead; this one is entitled Amed Beach Mandala/Rocky [Beach] Horror Picture Show. Soundtrack MacLean/Palestrina, Kyrie from Pope Marcellus Mass.
For more information on this project, click here.