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SCULPTURE
2019

44.0952687° / -121.6404628°
It seems silly, spreading soil atop the freshly cut surface of the log with our hands. In trail work, we are trained to make the tread of the trail look as natural as possible, and to make it appear as if the rocks had rolled to those spots on their own.

Cast iron of handmade abaca paper, wire, rust, rope, beeswax, sodium silicate bonded sand, potting soil, snowmelt: Minneapolis, salt: Bad Water Basin, Death Valley, Dimensions Variable, 2019



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And at times we paddled in a single file line, trying to avoid the boulders and forests of underwater kelp beneath us in the clear shallow waters.

Cast iron of handmade abaca paper, wire, rust, beeswax, snowmelt: Minneapolis, salt: Bad Water Basin, Death Valley, Approximately 18” x 36” x 12”



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64.6334026° / -19.295153° lumber and sunken rebar steps that lead to a foggy terrain of an earth toned blend of gravel and sand based soil, with ridges full of snow that has gathered and clung to the terrain, shifting bluish gray streaks of rocks that build up the rising peaks and pockets of bright green vegetation.

Screenprints, matte duralar, glass, treated lumber, rebar, brackets, sodium silicate bonded sand, and magnets, Dimensions Variable, 2019


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2018
cast iron handmade abaca and flax paper. 









Mark
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