This is my first study of the multiple forms of a form. The investigation began with a vision of a mile long clothesline of white squares stretching across the prairie, but the object that was realized during my time at Art Farm was instead a 10 foot square cube that billows and blows in the wind. I am interested in the integrity of the cube changing and then settling back into itself, and showcasing the mighty Nebraska wind to move this block of white, swelling, contracting, shifting space.

more to come on this soon.

see video if the cube in motion
I'm not lonely anymore
welded steel frame, fabric
Art Farm Residency, September 2012

Special thanks to everyone who helped me with this project
Ed Dadey, Hazel Rickard,
Carey Tucker, Regina Dornan and Corwin Levy for documentation