Commissioned by MassMOCA, Northhampton, Massachusetts, 2008
Redesigned for Chemical Heritage Foundation, Philadelphia, 2013
“Parking Lot Project” installation, University of Richmond, Richmond, VA, 2015
Naturaleza, CCK Buenos Aires, 2017
Super Natural, Warner Gallery at Millbrook School, NY, 2018
Ongoing new iterations of this work have been shown in Paris, Brussels, and Krakow.
acrylic, hardware, plants and mosses selected specially for the location, soil, organic matter, water, and water sprayers
Viewers experience the landscape at eye-level by placing their heads within the terrarium-like structures. The experience is multi-sensory and immersive, with muffled sounds and smells of earth and moss. Viewers find themselves in intimate proximity to soil, plants, and each other, sharing the same air.
Installation view photos at MassMOCA by Kevin Kennefick, detail photos by Vaughn Bell, Parking Lot photos by Vaughn Bell, other photos by institutional partners