These installations investigate the body's relation to the landscape.
The body takes the place of the landscape in Stones Dreaming of the Mountain They Once Were, a meditation on tidal action and erosion over geoligic time.
The body moves through the landscape in Topo Walk: Cold Spring Harbor Hollow recording images as it passes. A mirrored scrim interrupts the projected image, casting a gridded shadow on one wall while scattering the light on the opposite wall--a reflection on the constant transiton of matter from one state to another.
The body waits and meditates on falling water, in Topo Watch: Keene Valley Stream. Over the course of 24 hours--compressed into 75 minutes-- light, sound, air, and water flow subtly shift, a constant ebb and flow that continues even now.