CRITICAL BALANCE: essential in small quantities, harmful in excess
This site-specific installation was created as part of a 2011 solo show held at International Arts and Artists’ Hillyer Art Space in Washington, D.C. It was constructed by piling and dispersing several tons of raw salt crystals throughout the gallery and served as an examination of the history and significance of salt over time.
This wall piece was part of a 2008 solo show held at GSL Gallery in New Orleans, LA. It consisted of almost 2,000 small plastic bags filled with water that was collected from the Mississippi River near a point where one of the levees was breached during Hurricane Katrina. This work was replicated in several other parts of the country, always with locally collected water.
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