Rope Trick

Rope Trick

For Jackie Windsor. Chia on twisted cotton fabric, irrigation system. 360” x 24” x 24"

detail of Rope Trick

detail of Rope Trick

For Jackie Windsor. Chia on twisted cotton fabric, irrigation system. 360” x 24” x 24"

Green Wall II

Green Wall II

chia (Salvia hispanica), bent wood, spandex. Reimagining a vertical garden. Placement of each unit is determined by cracks in the brick wall

Green Wall II detail

Green Wall II detail

chia (Salvia hispanica), bent wood, spandex. Reimagining a vertical garden. Placement of each unit is determined by cracks in the brick wall

Chia Curtain 2009

Chia Curtain 2009

chia, repurposed/recycled products 168 x 130 x 33 inches

ChiaCurtain detail 2009

ChiaCurtain detail 2009

chia, felt, irrigation system

genAIRator (Rutgers Newark Version)

genAIRator (Rutgers Newark Version)

2011 repuposed commercial products, passive hydroponic system, common houseplants 6 x 12 x 12 Hydroponics is important to the future of any space program. NASA has extensive hydroponics research plans in place, which could benefit current space exploration as well as future long-term colonization of Mars or the moon. Additionally, we have not yet found soil that can support life in space and the logistics of transporting soil via the space shuttles seems impra

ChiaTwists 2008

ChiaTwists 2008

chia, sponge rubber 9 x 58 x 8 inches

ChiaWall 2008

ChiaWall 2008

chia, burlap 8 x 20 feet Chia seeds are a complete protein and contain nearly 3 times the omega 3s and 6s of salmon. Chia also contains a full spectrum of amino acids and are gluten free. I believe Chia is a crop of the future. If we can grow it on a simple ceramic figurine we can grow it anywhere...... There is quite a bit of info on the web and here is a great place to begin: http://www.chiativity.org

ChiaWall 2008

ChiaWall 2008

chia, burlap 8 x 20 feet Chia seeds are a complete protein and contain nearly 3 times the omega 3s and 6s of salmon. Chia also contains a full spectrum of amino acids and are gluten free. I believe Chia is a crop of the future. If we can grow it on a simple ceramic figurine we can grow it anywhere...... There is quite a bit of info on the web and here is a great place to begin: http://www.chiativity.org

Solo Exhibition

Solo Exhibition

Biggin Gallery, Auburn University Jan 18 - Feb 26, 2010 A cautionary tale....complacency, collusion, and neglect has placed nature on life support. More to come soon.

Solo Exhibition

Solo Exhibition

Biggin Gallery, Auburn University Jan 18 - Feb 26, 2010 A cautionary tale....complacency, collusion, and neglect has placed nature on life support. More to come soon.

ChiaSocks 2009

ChiaSocks 2009

chia, nylon, vermicultie 96 x 120 x 24 inches interior/exterior research -- vertical garden

ChiaSocks 2009

ChiaSocks 2009

chia, nylon, vermicultie 96 x 120 x 24 inches interior/exterior research -- vertical garden study XI

Monsanto Machine detail

Monsanto Machine detail

"GM Code", companion work to "Monsanto Machine".

Grass Wall 2009

Grass Wall 2009

grass, nylon, wire 5 x 5 x 2 ft I-Park Residency

 

Vertical Gardens