Sands / Sea Glass
Sands / Sea Glass

2011-ongoing

Glass, sand, aluminum, wood.

Installation view: Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, CA.

Sand collected off the bodies of beach goers as well as the artist, through volunteerism and exchange at nude beaches was used to create sanding gloves to erode the transparency of a 100 lbs, one inch thick, piece of glass. A double paned glass vessel holding the remainder of the sand lays below the suspended and sanded glass. Viewers are able to walk around and look through the glass.

Sands / Trail Way
Sands / Trail Way

2011-ongoing (2017)

Installation view 2017

Glass, sand, wood, trail dirt.

Sand collected off the bodies of beach goers as well as the artist, through volunteerism and exchange at nude beaches is used to create shifting sand-scapes. Dirt from trails to the more remote beach is scattered on the floor prior to installation.

Sands / Trail Way
Sands / Trail Way

2011-ongoing (production view 2017)

Dimensions variable.

Glass, sand, wood, trail dirt.

Sand collected off the bodies of beach goers as well as the artist, through volunteerism and exchange at nude beaches is used to create shifting sand-scapes. Dirt from trails to the more remote beach is scattered on the floor prior to installation.

Sands / Looking Glass
Sands / Looking Glass

2011-ongoing (production view 2017)

7" diameter x 3/16" 

Glass, sand, cotton.

Sand collected off the bodies of beach goers as well as the artist, through volunteerism and exchange at nude beaches is used to create sanding gloves to erode the transparency of glass discs.

Sands / Vessel
Sands / Vessel

2011 - ongoing (2016)

19" x 12" x 5 3/4"

Poplar, sand, glass, cork.

Sand collected off the bodies of beach goers as well as the artist, through volunteerism and exchange at nude beaches was used to create sanding gloves to erode the transparency of adouble paned glass vessel holding the remainder of the sand.

Sands / Sea Glass
Sands / Trail Way
Sands / Trail Way
Sands / Looking Glass
Sands / Vessel
Sands / Sea Glass

2011-ongoing

Glass, sand, aluminum, wood.

Installation view: Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, CA.

Sand collected off the bodies of beach goers as well as the artist, through volunteerism and exchange at nude beaches was used to create sanding gloves to erode the transparency of a 100 lbs, one inch thick, piece of glass. A double paned glass vessel holding the remainder of the sand lays below the suspended and sanded glass. Viewers are able to walk around and look through the glass.

Sands / Trail Way

2011-ongoing (2017)

Installation view 2017

Glass, sand, wood, trail dirt.

Sand collected off the bodies of beach goers as well as the artist, through volunteerism and exchange at nude beaches is used to create shifting sand-scapes. Dirt from trails to the more remote beach is scattered on the floor prior to installation.

Sands / Trail Way

2011-ongoing (production view 2017)

Dimensions variable.

Glass, sand, wood, trail dirt.

Sand collected off the bodies of beach goers as well as the artist, through volunteerism and exchange at nude beaches is used to create shifting sand-scapes. Dirt from trails to the more remote beach is scattered on the floor prior to installation.

Sands / Looking Glass

2011-ongoing (production view 2017)

7" diameter x 3/16" 

Glass, sand, cotton.

Sand collected off the bodies of beach goers as well as the artist, through volunteerism and exchange at nude beaches is used to create sanding gloves to erode the transparency of glass discs.

Sands / Vessel

2011 - ongoing (2016)

19" x 12" x 5 3/4"

Poplar, sand, glass, cork.

Sand collected off the bodies of beach goers as well as the artist, through volunteerism and exchange at nude beaches was used to create sanding gloves to erode the transparency of adouble paned glass vessel holding the remainder of the sand.

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