A series of three paintings of the wind-swept landscapes of Orkney, in the far north of Scotland. Each painting consists of a solid, hand-mixed color, representing the mathematically-calculated dominant color value of three landscapes in Orkney: 1) an oil terminal 2) a wind farm3) a … Continue readingDominant Color
Current works, followed by selected past artworks and projects from 2007 — current, organized by category: installation and concept, film and video, projects and events, photography, and other strands of work. New Work
Earlier this year I produced an art exhibition for Gomsil Forest—a real live Korean forest that Suhee and I have been friends with for some time. In preparation for the exhibition, Gomsil Forest spent an entire year creating works on canvas; these works were subsequently … Continue readingGomsil Forest & the “Gurye Contemporary Art Museum” (GCAM)
A cultural and ecological dialogue between two island communities, and across their borders. Based on work done during an artist/researcher residency on a small island in Japan.
An interactive installation which emphasizes a re-connection of people with the sources, and costs, of food, enabling spontaneous acts of community seed bombing to take place.
Back in 2011, I was on a mission to ride the largest metro systems in the world, end to end, taking photos and sound recordings at each station along the way. I called it Transport Me, a product of my obsession with trains, maps, and … Continue reading“Transport Me” Installation for Sound Thought at Glasgow CCA
It’s too easy today… to get stuck in a way of thinking which presents life to you as one struggle after another, an overly complex maze of people, places, and things, all which must be conquered in order to get to the ultimate resting place… which … Continue readingSimplicity in Yamaguchi