5 sets of large format photographs of mid-town Manhattan printed on back-lit vinyl hung from copper pipe structure of the potential view from the Littlejohn Contemporary Gallery.
Hanging in front of each print is a double layer of nylon curtains sewn with pockets that match the outline of the cityscape.
Within each pocket is grass seed, watered by a recycling drip irrigation system supplied by stainless steel reservoirs.
The piece is lit from behind by daylight balanced fluorescent bulbs. Over time the grass grows through a full life cycle.
The essence of my work is to understand how we live with change and the constant flux of our environment. By incorporating the anthropological notion of the Limen – the threshold through which one passes at the starting point for a new state or... » read more