A Place Where It Rains

2016, installation; printed aluminum 39” x 60” x 4”, plastic barrel 35” x 21” x 21” with sound and video projection 00:05:51 loop, distributed newsprint 12” x 12” (1000 copies)

A three-part installation includes a plastic barrel that appears to be collecting water in the rain, an embossed sheet of aluminum that peels from the wall, and a stack of newsprints draped from the ceiling. I think of these parts as different viewpoints that situate a human body relative to the landscape, and by extension, to the artwork. Imagine, for example, your head tilting up or down and panning across a horizon.

Installed at The Madison Museum of Contemporary Art , 2016