An interactive piece where the viewer has the ability to build or tear apart. They can bring the light to the dark or vice verse.
As a part of the Ridgewood Artist Coalition Spring Showcase this site specific work was created at Finback brewery. Utilizing found cinderblocks and rope, trash become art.
Growing from the cracks these growths are a critique on the disposable culture of fast fashion. This is the legacy we are leaving behind.
Made from collected plastic bags and woven into a fence, this was installed at the original site of the first Ridgewood Community garden.
Each layer is the height of projected sea level rise for that specific year. Made from a debris found post hurricane Mathew.
Without any real infrastructure in place to deal with climate change stilts may be the only option. This is the 2030 level of 8.4 inches rise in sea level projected for Savannah, GA
2040 projected sea level rise is 12.85"
Stilts that can be raised or lowered as neccessary
The everyday bugout bag is seemingly small but extends to fit everything needed for escape when shit hits the fan.
Made from bottles sourced from SCAD trash bins. This monument is a sculpture made to honor our new hero's; the Coke corporation.
In an post truth divisive world sometimes magic is the only option
Made for an art parade this expanded kaleidoscope is an interactive piece where the participant explores shape, color, and light.
At a moment when funding for planned parenthood was being threatened I took to the streets and asked the people if they thought the funding should continue. This is a visual representation of the responses from 100 people.