In April 2022, at the UMVA gallery, my assistant carried in buckets and bins of sand, stones, and seaweed. We brought the outside inside and called it "It Was One Thing After Another, After Another". We had an urban setting blending with sand, stones, and seaweed. From the interior tidal zone in the front window, I poured sand over the edge onto the gallery floor encroaching the viewer’s space. I positioned the paper mâché bivalves and gut-like tubular pulp forms. They are the result of sorting shredding pulping and processing years of my journals, like what might be left by the sea after having been being pulverized by turbulent waves. Reflections from afternoon light in the window alter the perceptions of the spatial edges of art, architecture, pedestrians, and viewers, and enhance the interior and exterior of the human experience.
In "Unmonetized" Exhibit at the Union of Maine Visual Artists Gallery, Portland, ME