Installation & Sculptural Works

Installation and Scuplture

Aye Aye   2013.  Installed at the Belkin Gallery for  As Seen Here

Aye Aye 2013. Installed at the Belkin Gallery for As Seen Here

Installation of   Aye Aye   at the Belkin Gallery Vancouver BC

Installation of Aye Aye at the Belkin Gallery Vancouver BC

Incisions in the gallery wall. Installed in the Belkin Gallery for As Seen Here. Read Kristen Carter’s essay on this work, Neither Here nor There. 

 

Self Titled Text (& per se &)   2013, embossed in drywall, Belkin Gallery VANCOUVER BC

Self Titled Text (& per se &) 2013, embossed in drywall, Belkin Gallery VANCOUVER BC

Self Titled Text (After John and Yoko)   2013,     Vinyl on drywall, AVAH Gallery VANCOUVER BC

Self Titled Text (After John and Yoko) 2013, Vinyl on drywall, AVAH Gallery VANCOUVER BC

Self Titled Text (This Wall Has Intentionally Been Left Blank) 2012, Graphite AMS  Gallery VANCOUVER BC

Self Titled Text (This Wall Has Intentionally Been Left Blank) 2012, Graphite AMS Gallery VANCOUVER BC

U (You)  , 2012, Graphite on Paper

U (You), 2012, Graphite on Paper

W (Double You)  , 2012, Starched Cotton

W (Double You), 2012, Starched Cotton

X (Ex)   2012, Pen and Ink

X (Ex) 2012, Pen and Ink

X (Ex)   detail

X (Ex) detail

X (Ex)   and   W (Double You)

X (Ex) and W (Double You)

Alphabet Primer U (You) W (Double You) X (Ex) is an installation consisting of three individual works.

All I Need Is A Tin Can Modem  , 2011

All I Need Is A Tin Can Modem, 2011

All I Need Is A Tin Can Modem  , 2011 Installed at the AMS Gallery, Vancouver BC

All I Need Is A Tin Can Modem, 2011 Installed at the AMS Gallery, Vancouver BC

All I Need Is A Tin Can Modem  , 2011

All I Need Is A Tin Can Modem, 2011

The installation Ursa Minor consists of seven light fixtures hung from the ceiling. Each fixture is a porcelain socket suspended from and powered by flexible lamp wiring, and holding a low wattage bare G-lamp (globe shapes light bulb). The fixtures are hung to create a three-dimensional model of the constellation Ursa Minor (commonly known as the little dipper)  

The arrangement of lights is only readable as the named constellations from a single vantage point, about sixteen feet from the front most lamp. The viewer however, is able to see the work in full 360 degree view. In this way the viewer’s position disorients the arrangement of light, causing the configuration to appear to change as the persons position changes. Installation images from the Ded Reckoning exhibition, AVAH Gallery, Vancouver BC, 2013