Modern environmentalists often take one of two equally problematic positions toward work. Most equate productive work in nature with destruction…. A smaller group takes a second position: certain kinds of archaic work, most typically the farming of peasants, provides a way of knowing nature.
“Arguments that physical labor on the land establishes an attachment that protects the earth from harm have, however, a great deal of history against them.”
Richard White page 171 From Uncommon Ground
Part of a twisting i built into a new narrative of protection, a set on Flickr.
Part of a twisting i built into a new narrative of protection
Assessing your inability to predict the stability, a set on Flickr.
Assessing your inability to predict the stability, 2013
Sumi ink on porcelain coated steel with found foam, goldenrod, steel wool, sedum and acrylic
23 1/8 x 27 x 7 5/8 in
Unable to walk above my knowing, a set on Flickr.
Unable to walk above my knowing, 2012
Acrylic, dyed hair, eurocast, found foam, foam insulation, moss, paper, pencil, pine cone, fern, found plastic bags, pine needles, sage, sedum, sumi, waxed thread
35 3/4 x 36 x 16 in
Broken along the rolling with our disc turning you under, a set on Flickr.
Broken along the rolling with our disc turning you under, 2013
Sumi ink and paper on porcelain coated steel
33 x 44 15/16 x 3 1/4 in