2021, Drawing, digital collage, archival ink jet print, 16.54 x 23.39 inches (A2)
The Evolution of Silence—my proposal for The Last Nuclear Bomb Memorial in the decommissioned nuclear testing site, Yucca Flat (Nevada Test Site)—is not a careful site, not singular, not clean—it is emotional, entangled, absurd, unfathomable, a path of perspective.
I combined several drawings to render a confounded walking path—one that takes you in and around but not to a single crater and sometimes to the in -between spaces between craters—so to acknowledge the damage that is visible and invisible, and also to emphasize the scale of war and its impact. www.evolution-of-silence.net.
2018. Generative video. Single-channel, with sound. Made with Processing. Developed at the Anderson Ranch Arts Center. Special thanks to Casey Reas. Premiered November 8, 2018 at Cucalorus Film Festival. 3840 by 2160 px.
2014 (October and December). With Joshua Singer, Daniel McCafferty, and Patricio Davila at Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit (MOCAD)—Department of Education and Public Engagement (DEPE) Residency
(as part of DesignInquiry’s residency).