Here are some pics from the first cart mandala made with a crew. We arrived at a Target in Lutz, Florida at 6am and got straight to work. Through the darkness we put together the design using a picture of a model I had made in my studio. was It was a learning […]
True Confessions of a Dyke’s Daughter, 2 channel video installation, Vietnam Veteran’s Art Museum, Chicago, 2005. Excerpt of “True Confessions of a Dyke’s Daughter”, Video Installation, 2005
The viewer enters a room hung with walls of white spandex, hearing sounds of tinny voices and a floor being swept. Four internally lit columns holding masses of white doughy looking material stand between the walls. In the middle of this “maze”, two circular shaped video projections of hands are […]
This sculptural installation inspired by the landscape of Northeastern Scotland and the ritual of Tibetan monks’ sand mandala paintings. The piece was created from discarded planar objects found in abandoned grist mills in Lumsden, Scotland. Each object was re-painted in a one solid bright color and placed on posts with hinges, to resemble swinging gates. They were then installed in a farmer’s field in a spiral pattern, surrounded by local gorse flowers. The entire installation went up in one day and scheduled to be taken down on the following day.
Gate Spiral, site-specific sculptural installation, Lumsden, Scotland, 2000.