Satellite image archive of desire lines in Durham, NC.
Desire lines: pathways that humans form by not conforming to a given architecture. This project formally realizes the physical residue of resistance from when institutional planning, even when well-intentioned, fails to provide.
Chain-link, masonry twine, hardware.
6’ x 9’ x 2”
Part of an ongoing series of works that translates GPS coordinates to RGB color values in order to map space through color. Site-Specific Installations. Measurements, material, and colors variable.
Location 35° 55’ 53.5368” ; 79° 3’ 30.1428”
Vinyl banner, brass grommets, rope hardware.
16’ x 2’ x 1”
1/8" thick resected layers of paint from a heavily graffiti wall, resin, grommets, rope.
24" x 72" x 1/4"
Material Note: This work is comprised of thick pieces of paint that were cut and peeled from away from the surface of a local graffiti wall. These pieces were then sanded into to reveal hundreds of underlying layers of paint, exposing a visual topography that parallels the material’s geographic origins. The resulting paint pieces were laminated together with a resin composite.
Concrete, gold paint, street lights, blue light bulbs.
Measurement variable. Single curb row: 6” x 72” x 6”
Material Note: The street lights were salvaged from the parking lot of a rundown store that was soon to become a parking garage.
Plywood, 2x4s, gold spray paint, hardware.
96" x 156" x 30"
An Intimate Drowning (Bathtism)
silent stop motion film
Light Study with Blue
Cinder blocks, spray paint, acrylic rod, tinted mirror, white light.
40" x 48" x 8"
Steel, painted aluminum, glass, ink jet print.
30" x 48" x 5"
University of Florida Galleries
Material Note: The photograph is comprised of slices of photos taken of operating storefront OPEN signs in Gainesville, Florida.