Landmark, 2019
Olson Gallery Bethel University, St. Paul MN

Landmark is a meditation on the shifting spaces of memory and urban landscape, a collision of public space of cities with a more idiosyncratic personal geography of memory. For the installation at Bethel, I created new sculptures that expanded my installation “Camelot,” originally a mash up of familiar and imagined buildings installed at Los Angeles International Airport (2015-16,)—a ghost city that welcomed disoriented travelers into a shared dream. Landmark explored fragmentation and layering of geography and experience in our lives in cities.

Thank you to Michelle Westmark Wingard, Ken Steinbach, and the students who worked tirelessly to help install and wire the sculptures. Thank you to Golden Artist Colors for their generous technical support.