Project Type: Top20

  • Maybe it’s supposed to

    Maybe it’s supposed to

    Maybe it’s supposed to, 2013 1×1 inch soap, water, tubing, motor, hole in the wall From a small hole in the wall (no bigger than one made by a nail or screw) soap bubbles sputter through. Almost unnoticeable, but showing potential in the unreachable spaces behind the wall.

  • Swarm


    Swarm, 20136x6x14 feetlead sinkers, over-the-hill birthday candle wax, thread, wire, motor, latex tubing A large, mechanized mobile created site specifically for the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum in East Lansing, MI that mimics the motion of a swarm of flies or bugs. A single motor slowly turns a wobbly wire apparatus which supports multiple…

  • Drawings for Sculpture

    Drawings for Sculpture
  • None Taken

    None Taken

    Shelving like that used in closets is bent and stressed to mirror the pressures of those who play a supporting role.

  • Weight


    The movement of a small piece of black wax on the side of an unassuming cardboard box seems to be a fly at first glance, but then calls the assumptions of the viewer into question.

  • Thin Air

    Thin Air

    Thin Air, 2018fabric, rods, thread, spinners, wood, motor, wire The ubiquitous, relaxing and sensual action of a curtain blowing is uncannily controlled by a motor and strings. The curtain becomes a puppet, the implied breeze animatronic.

  • Fully Extended

    Fully Extended

    Fully Extended, 2021handrail with brackets, steel A railing extends into space balancing on one “foot”. In a body of work reflecting on structures from home and relating them to the maternal body, this piece reaches elegantly, but loses the function of the railing.

  • Excuse Me

    Excuse Me
  • Making a Mountain

    Making a Mountain
  • Tight Spots

    Tight Spots

    Tight Spots, 2021towels, motors, rods, tubing(site specific) Humor and empathy meet in Tight Spots as each small towel sculpture toils away, “head down” working endlessly in an absurd yet relatable performance. As each piece in the installation works individually, yet in a similar manner, relationships are formed through space. The overtone is humorous, the undertone…