Disc Ceilings

Lift, 2017

Donated CD and DVD discs, Monofilament, Cable ties, Aluminum, Stainless steel cable, and hardware.

Titled Lift, this installation has been designed for the skylights at the Nashville International Airport.  Inspired by landfills and black holes, the form will be similar to looking across a flat bed of water with a whirlpool drawing all the surrounding water into itself; however, the emphasis of this sculpture would be a vortex that is pulling all the memory discs upward like a black hole in space. 

 

Amplitude II, 2016
Installed at the Tony Hillerman Library, Albuquerque, New Mexico
October 2016 - May 2017

Donated CD and DVD discs, Monofilament, Cable ties, Ratchet tie down straps, Bungee cords, Irrigation tubing, Eye bolts and eye screws, Sheet metal screws, Fender washers, and Threaded metal rods and bolts.

Photos by Renee Romero and 516 ARTS

 Titled: DECADE, This installation was part of a special group exhibition and series of site projects throughout the city.  In celebration of 516 ARTS 10th anniversary, ten artists were selected from the artists who have exhibited at 516 ARTS during the past ten years. I was honored to be one of the artists in this group exhibition and series of off-site projects draws from the diverse local, national and international artists they have worked with since 516 ARTS opened. 

 

Amplitude, 2015
Installed in the  South Bend Museum of Art, South Bend, Indiana
Donated CD and DVD discs, Monofilament, Cable ties, Aluminum, Stainless steel cable, and hardware.

Based on my installation of Tesseracts at the Biennial 27,  the Curatorial Committee of the South Bend Museum of Art commissioned a permanent, site-specific CD installation for the corridor of the Century Center connecting the Warner and Carmichael Galleries.  Similar to Dual Wielding, this suspended sculpture has two horns; however, instead of irrigation tubing and ratchet tie downs, this CD installation has an aluminum skeleton and is supported by stainless steel cables.