“Time is the longest distance between two places”
Located at the former INS Detention Center in Seattle, this installation was a meditation on the checkered history of the Center where detainees could wait agonizing weeks, months, or sometimes, years for the INS to rule on their immigration status.
Hospital sheets with approximately 5775 knots.
The original Infirmary beds
“The Hours” 2010
In our culture success is commonly defined by working long hours at the highest pay possible. What do we have to show for all that work?
For this piece I employed simple inexpensive materials and countless hours of labor and patience to create a quiet meditation on time, labor, skill, and the value of creativity.
seven 25” W x 15’ H rice paper sheets each treated with its own densely repeated action such as: burning, sewing, puncturing, painting, drawing.
I was one of hundreds of artists that used a Moleskine notebook to address a theme, in this case "And Then There Were None."
The show travelled around the US and is now located in New York.
In the collection of the traveling exhibit of The Sketchbook Project where artists created a custom notebook on a variety of themes.
Moleskine notebook with lots and lots of hole punches