2019 - Collaborative installation with David Edward Martin
What was, what is, what might be and what might have been coalesce in this site-specific installation. Made from common construction materials as well as found -materials- scavenged from the site painted an uncanny shade of supersaturated blue, four pronghorn antelope sculptures represent the landscape’s past and look with perennial hope to the blooming of the poppies on the hills and fields beyond. The antelopes represent several layers of tension between belonging and unbelonging, animals that once lived here and now elsewhere, an unnatural blue that represents the future. Forms from the past, materials form the present — the dreams of yesterday haunt the present like a specter.
The installation includes 4 life size DIY sculptures of a pronghorn antelope, made of rebar and found/discarded material and painted super saturated blue.