The Security Blankets collaboration with Anita Cruz-Eberhard was part of a group show at Black Ball Projects, entitled 12x12x12.
Book of Dread, 2020
The Book of Dread is a continuation of the ‘Security Blanket’ project begun in 2015. Each blanket image is presented across the fold of a 67 x 45 inch stainless steel ‘book.’ The viewer flips the pages, encountering simultaneously the comforting softness of the blankets and their disturbing depictions.
Tent Field: Contested Territory, 2019
Tent Field: Contested Territory, 2019, is an installation designed specifically for the 42 Social Club location in Lyme, Connecticut. On this site embedded with the histories of the Pequot tribal people and the arrival of the English colonists, the tents populate the woods and act as mute interrogators of the invisible histories of the land. The ground becomes content.
The Tent Field project began as an effort to conjure a physical artwork from a descriptive passage found in Albert Camus’ The Plague. The project now numbers over 100 red rip-stop nylon tents, varying in scale but all considerably less than life-size. River stones placed inside secure them, while careful observation reveals that they are fully enclosed, without entrances or exits.