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  • “Nature Trail” 2004 - enamel on aluminium - 243,5x152 cm.
  • untitled, 2004, 5' x'8' , enamel on aluminum
  • “Sunshine” , 2004 - enamel on aluminium - 213x152 cm.
  • "Bush", 2004 - enamel on aluminium - 243,5x152 cm.
  • untitled, 2004, 5' x'8' , enamel on aluminum
  • installation view PS1
  • “Smoking at Home number 1” (detail)
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  • 2004, cigarettes, cigarette smoke, steel, wood, smoke detector, laser, DVD player, paint, motors and misc. electronics - 26”x18”x15” edition of 2
  • “Smoking at Home number 1” 2004, cigarettes, cigarette smoke, steel, wood, smoke detector, laser, DVD player, paint, motors and misc. electronics - 26”x18”x15” edition of 2
  • untilted (grill)2001, 15' x 15' x 30", Enameled steel, propane gas, and grillable items Grilling is known as a particularly American pastime. Furthermore, it is a pastime predominantly of men. Often, at evening gatherings men can be found gathered around the contemporary hearth roasting the days take. Normally, one man is in charge and the others watch silently critiquing the performers actions. This proposed sculpture is designed to be installed in a public space either indoors or out. It functions as a piece of monumental modernist sculpture and as a grill suitable for cooking your favorite piece of meat. Viewers are invited to bring their own meat, or perhaps the sponsoring venue would provide burgers. The circular nature of the grill allows for multiple men to cook at once. The diameter is large enough that the participants do not have to stand too close to one another, disrupting the independent and solitary nature of grilling, yet small enough that everyone can check out each others meat. The normal passive aggressive atmosphere of grilling is thus brought into the open allowing for new paradigms of masculinity to be created.
  • untilted (grill) illustration for proposed indoor or outdoor work (see first image for explanatory text), 2001, 15' x 15' x 30", Enameled steel, propane gas, and grillable items
  • "Bear Attack" 2003 - revised 2005, aluminum, paint, wood, steel, FM transmitter, FM receiver, CD player, rope, bulley, and cleat
  • "Bear Attack" 2003 - revised 2005, aluminum, paint, wood, steel, FM transmitter, FM receiver, CD player, rope, bulley, and cleat
  • "Bear Attack" (detail)
  • "Bear Attack" (detail)
  • "Bear Attack" 2003 - revised 2005, a radio transmitter on one side of the sculpture transmits a recording of what to do in the event of being attacked by a grizzly bear to a radio on the other side of the sculpture
  • “Under a Brilliant Sky” (showing inset image of solar panel it must be connected to)
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  • 2004 - steel, copper, paint, acrylic sheet, LED lights, sunlight, solar panel, misc. electronics - variable dimensions. The sculpture is connected with a long cord to a solar panel that is placed outdoors. The LED's are very sensitive to minute fluctuations in electricity coming from the panel. The intensity of light given off by the LED's is a direct representation of the sunlight falling on the solar panel.
  • 2004 - graphite on paper, concrete laser, beer bottles, battery, wood, motors, mirrors and misc. electronics - variable dimensions. A block of concete with bottles embeded in it sits on the floor at a distance of up to 75 feet from a drawing of a tree hung on the wall. The block is fashioned using an alternative building method that allows for light to be cheaply brought into a room via empty bottles. Inside one of the bottles, a green laser shines out and crosses the space between the block and the drawing. The laser enters a hole in the drawing and is split into many beams behind the drawing. The beams are then directed back out through the drawing via small mirrors and holes appearing as small green lights around the tree. If a viewer walks between the drawing and the block, the beam is interrupted and the lights in the tree go out.
  • Untitled (detail, see first image for explanatory text), 2004 - graphite on paper, concrete laser, beer bottles, battery, wood, motors, mirrors and misc. electronics - variable dimensions.
  • Untitled (detail, see first image for explanatory text), 2004 - graphite on paper, concrete laser, beer bottles, battery, wood, motors, mirrors and misc. electronics - variable dimensions.
  • Untitled (detail, see first image for explanatory text), showing drawing of tree with split green laser light