<em>Perpetual Dreamcatcher</em>, 2013

Perpetual Dreamcatcher, 2013

Rock climbing ropes, wool and acrylic yarns, carabiners, coeur anchors, barbie weights
Dimensions variable

Adapted from Leonardo Da Vinci’s drawings for a perpetual motion machine (Forster Codex, Volume II, Verso 91)

<em>Perpetual Dreamcatcher</em>, 2013 (installation view)

Perpetual Dreamcatcher, 2013 (installation view)

Rock climbing ropes, wool and acrylic yarns, carabiners, coeur anchors, barbie weights
Dimensions variable

Adapted from Leonardo Da Vinci’s drawings for a perpetual motion machine (Forster Codex, Volume II, Verso 91).

<em>Heart in Heart</em>, 2004

Heart in Heart, 2004

Sheer organza ribbon, two metal meathooks, aircraft cable
Dimensions variable
Collection of EMST Museum, Athens, Greece

Text: love letters from World of Awe, Chapters One and TwoLinux Kernel source code

 

<em>SPIN_LOCK</em>, 2004

SPIN_LOCK, 2004

Sheer organza ribbon, metal hook, aircraft cable, pulley
Dimensions variable 

Text: Linux Kernel files

 

<em>Feedback-Loop</em>, 2004

Feedback-Loop, 2004

Steel, candle, pearl, hand drawn ink and pencil on parchment
20 x 15 x 27 in / 50.8 x 38 x 68.6 cm
Edition of 3

Text: The Love Letter: 69.325 from World of Awe, Chapter 2, Destruction & Mending (front); Linux Kernel file source code defining schedule task (back)

Notyetness, 2010 (installation view)

Notyetness, 2010 (installation view)

<em>Keys, Pearls and Dice</em>, 2010

Keys, Pearls and Dice, 2010

Self-hardening clay, steel, wood, 14k gold and silver chains
Various dimensions

Keys, Pearls and Dice, 2010

Keys, Pearls and Dice, 2010

Self-hardening clay, steel, wood, 14k gold and silver chains
Various dimensions

The clay sculptures draw upon vocabularies of jewelry and gaming–the clay is sliced, rolled and pressed with gold and silver chains, or bear the marks of fingers inserted to render cubes into dice.

This series of sculptures evaluates and connects differing value systems — jewelry, gaming and the body. To record a raw and visceral interaction with the material, the making process was conditioned by a rapid action: Pound, press, role, slice, finger and skew. No reevaluation. 

<em>Pearls 4</em>, 2010

Pearls 4, 2010

Self-hardening clay, steel, wood, silver chains
24 x 6 x 5.75 in / 61 x 15.2 x 14.6 cm

<em>Keys 3</em>, 2010

Keys 3, 2010

Self-hardening clay, steel, wood, 14k gold chain, lettering
15.75 x 6 x 6 in / 40 x 15.2 x 15.2 cm

Text in 14k gold letters: I found the key to extreme beauty.

<em>Pearl No. 1</em>, 2010

Pearl No. 1, 2010

Self-hardening clay, silver chain
5 x 9 x 9 in / 12.7 x 22.9 x 22.9 cm

<em>Key 2</em>, 2010

Key 2, 2010

Self-hardening clay, steel, wood, 14k gold chain and lettering
12.25 x 6 x 5.75 in / 31.1 x 15.2 x 14.6 cm

Text: I found the key to extreme beauty.

<em>Pearl</em>, 2010

Pearl, 2010

Self-hardening clay, silver chain

 

<em>Pearl  No. 3</em>, 2010

Pearl No. 3, 2010

Self-hardening clay, wood, silver chains
5" x 23" x 21" / 12.7 x 58.4 x 53.3 cm

<em>Key: Clay, Gold, Pecki</em>, 2010

Key: Clay, Gold, Pecki, 2010

Self-hardening clay, steel, wood, 14k gold chain, lettering
12 x 6 x 4" / 30.5 x 15.2 x 10.2 cm
Private collection

Text: "I Found the Key to Extreme Beauty."

The work incorporates three components: a sculpture, necklace and title. Once the sculpture and necklace were purchased, the name of the woman, Pecki, was introduced into the title.

<em>Find</em>, 2010 (installation view)

Find, 2010 (installation view)

sand, rubber, glue, print on polyester
installation dimensions variable
print: 126" x 118"  /  320 x 300 cm

Text: (from Object of Desire)
Love letter 2687/654: Find
Sunset/Sunrise

Precious,

A drop of water in one hand . . . an ocean in the other.
A drop of water is one and an ocean is one.
Many ones within the one. Obvious.
An ocean is a world. A drop of water is a world.
A drop of ocean; such are my treasure crumbs.

There are 250,368,000,000,000,000,000,000 teaspoons of water on planet Earth.
None in Sunset/Sunrise.
Quadrillion, quintillion, sextillion, septillion
000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000
How many cups of tea? 
I missed you while near you. I miss you now more.

Your hand in mine.
In the back of my mind harbors the thought:
I don’t know the way back home.

Yours forever
Yours sunset/sunrise forever yours
Yours forever yours

<em>Speaker Tree</em>, 2001

Speaker Tree, 2001

Speakers, computer, cables, wires, soundtrack
Dimensions variable

Audio from Hello, 2002

Installation from the World of Awe solo exhibition at The Moving Image Gallery, New York, directed by curator Michele Thursz, June 7 - June 30, 2001

<em>Roam</em>, 2001

Roam, 2001

Computer, speakers, custom self-generating landscape software, soundtrack
Dimensions variable

Installation from the World of Awe solo exhibition at The Moving Image Gallery, New York, directed by curator Michele Thursz, June 7 - June 30, 2001

<em>Tent</em>, 2001

Tent, 2001

Computers, keyboards, plastic, stick, nails, soundtrack

Audio derived from World of Awe: A Traveler's Journal [section, date]

The installation took place at Moving Image Gallery, NYC from June 7 - June 30, 2001.

<em>Treasure Crumbs Capsule</em>, 2001

Treasure Crumbs Capsule, 2001

Gelatin capsule, candy sprinkles, acrylic box
1" x 1" x 1" / 2.5 x 2.5 x 2.5 cm
Unlimited edition

Based on "treasure crumbs" from World of Awe: A Traveler's Journal