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Installations 1997-2001

Installations 1997-2001

Installations created around fictional maps. Concerted use of digital drawing software and inkjet printing, and often including screen- and digitally printed textiles, fluorescent lighting, and furniture fabricated for the particular installation.

 

A Brief Message About Containment

Back wall, looking through a portholes and the interior space then out the other porthole where the globe hangs.

2001 Brooklyn Museum of Art

 

Don't Forget to Ask for Directions.

1998. POST Los Angeles.

Fictional mercator projections from Don't Forget to Ask for Directions. Poster.

 

2 Standard Stops.

2 Standard Stops. 1998

Working elevator, between two floors. Digital printing on paper mounted to plywood box built into elevator. Shelf laminated with digital prints, fictional product boxes (digitally printed, hand made) and, "navigation" objects" (machined aluminum + digital print on laser cut plexi). Screen printed silk curtains, fluorescent light.

 

ALWAYS IN A HURRY. NEVER GETS LOST.

Illustration using images used to create show (at Southern Exposure). Cleaner looking than in real life, below with the blue side of the folding screen visible.

 

NEW PLANNING

North and East walls, floor "floaters".

West wall (above) and west wing (below).

Imaginary places and handheld devices. Drawings 2002-6

Imaginary places and handheld devices. Drawings 2002-6

Machine Drawings 1993-6

Machine Drawings 1993-6