studies in geology
proposals for...(temporary projects)
one step is 3.6 million miles
collaborations and contributions
sidewalk drawings
SIDEWALK DRAWINGS
signs and landmarks
public utility trail network
the limits of topography
STUDIES IN GEOLOGY
SIGNS AND LANDMARKS
PUBLIC UTILITY TRAIL NETWORK
THE LIMITS OF TOPOGRAPHY
NEIGHBORHOOD MAPS
HERE AND THERE
VISITOR CENTER FOR ERRATIC MONUMENTS
erratic monument
here and there
neighborhood maps
STREET SIGNS BECAME FLAGS THAT MARK MOUNTAINTOPS
street signs became flags that mark mountaintops
beautification this sit
BEAUTIFICATION THIS SITE
NEWS

recent:

Brooklyn Constellations included in You Are Here: NYC: Mapping the Soul of the CIty by Katharine Harmon

Strange Landscapes, Arlington Arts Center, Arlington, VA
June 25-October 2, 2016
reviews in: Hyperallergic, Washington City Paper, BmoreArt

An earthwork can reveal an invisible landscape and also form an exit ramp, Songs for Presidents, Ridgewood, Queens, NY through May 15 (solo)

Threaded Archetypes, NARS Foundation, Brooklyn, NY
February 5-March 4

Cuts and Burns Residency, OUTPOST Artist Resources, Ridgewood, NY

Then and Now: Ten Years of Residencies at The Center for Book Arts
Center for Book Arts, New York, NY
April 17-June 27
Castle Gallery, The College of New Rochelle, New Rochelle, NY
September 27-November 8

Use Values: Re/Imagining Urban Waste
a workshop with Zena Bibler and Juliette Spertus presented by iLAND at Exit 30, BQE, Brooklyn, NY
May 2 from 1-4pm and May 10 from 1-4pm

Mapping Brooklyn
BRIC House and Brooklyn Historical Society, Brooklyn, NY
through May 3 and August 23

Notes on a Working Space
part of Laura F. Gibellini's residency project closing event at El Museo de Los Sures, Brooklyn, NY
April 12 from 5-8pm, through April 16

Visit to Erratic Monuments
a walking tour presented by BRIC, Brooklyn, NY March 28 at noon

Moynihan Station Jobs and Opportunities
curated by Jacob Rhodes and Jen Schwarting
SPRING/BREAK Art Show, New York, NY
March 3-8