neighborhood marks

Five pieces along a new 1 mile long park in the Clayton and Cole neighborhoods, Denver. Each sculpture figures a landmark or neighborhood event.

MARKERS will be installed summer 2020

a new community

Working with the community to develop source material, the piece generates amusing and profound conversations relevant to the new Stapleton population.

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history of a street

Each instrument combines a real-time view of the streetscape with an ‘overlay’ slide that adds an additional narrative. We identified locations and stories that combine into a ‘treasure hunt’ of 23 somewhat hidden artworks.

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through the eyes of wild animals

Animal sculptures are placed throughout the Berry Center, each highlight a specific Wyoming ecosystem.

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threshold

Facewall is made up of 1000 profiles of community residents and students, faculty, staff at University of California, Chico. 79 vertical stainless steel ‘totems’ look out onto the city, quietly watching over the equally diverse group of people who will see it every day.

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a building’s occupation

A dynamic model that expresses the state of the building and its occupancy.

An array of sensors analyse movement in the various parts of the Center and respond through a living light choreography.

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stories of a community

A large sculptural monolith that displays stories about time. A playful clock of sorts, the piece changes its content every minute.

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celebration of diversity

About Face is a record of a time and place, a way to eulogize the present and look forward. The roundabout is a pivot into the college. On this roundabout we place a drum with profiles of people at the school – anyone who signs up can get their profile placed there – a welcoming committee to all.

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relationship to the land

What is our present relationship to the land?
How can we re-engage with a nature we have pushed ever further from our lives?
How can we effect our cultural and emotional connection to a nature that we have over-extended?

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