FOUND Evanston Art Center, Evanston, Illinois, 2008
Journals from the future found in a once flooded room.
The journals are torn, unearthed, and waterlogged. Many of the pages are illegible, showing only a glimpse of what was.
Read some of the journal entries as part of the larger project, a story called My Gamma Waves.
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NEGATIVE TO POSITIVE The International Museum of Surgical Science, Chicago, 2006
A full room installation of thirty-five brain scans depicting different layers of my brain that are made into (4"x4") light boxes.
The four walls of the room are draped with a continuous sage colored hospital curtain.
Each light box, with exposed individual electric cords, sits on custom gurneys made narrow and tall.
Each piece of film has words etched into it - thoughts taken from personal journals of the time.
"Prepare for the experience that will deconstruct your beliefs."
View all 35 lightboxes, further description, and a review in the archive, as well as that full installation text.