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Built with Indexhibit no_ 91 (cosmic distance ladder).jpg no_ 93 (fourth power) one tennis ball frozen in ice, one not.jpg no_ 92 binary system (greater she-bear).jpg no_ 94 lost balls.jpg no_ 31 (chevy) the center of a donut made by an old chevy left untouched between two winter rains.jpg no_ 57 (open circle) a photo taken on the first day of summer and developed on the last day of summer.jpg no_ 1 (mask) I plugged my camera into a rock.jpg no_ 30 (pole) a line dividing the city from the country.jpg no_ 67 (Tom’s rocks) 30 rocks from Tom’s garden arranged in a grid on a sheet pan in the sun.jpg no_ 65 (Tom’s grid) 9 sticks collected by my son and stuck into a puddle we made because he loves the rain.jpg no_ 47 (9 lines) grid after the rain.jpg no_ 31, 57, 1, 67, 65, 47 - A Line Dividing the City from the Country - install.jpg no_ 49 (shroud) stones of indeterminate age set into a hundred year old tree.jpg no_ 5 (field) a line connecting the city to the country.jpg no_ 7 (night rain mask).jpg no_ 8 (night rain mask).jpg no_ 25 (mass) a quiet location on the edge of town.jpg no_ 71 (watering hole) looking down in order to look up, or, how to become a circle copy.jpg no_ 70 (north bank) the river is a mess of rain.jpg no_ 35 (stratigraphy) 6 lines.jpg no_ 35 (animals) tracks briefly frozen in the midwinter mud.jpg no_ 53 I tied my camera to a hundred year old tree.jpg 1.jpg 28.jpg 6.jpg 26.jpg 23.jpg 14.jpg 25.jpg 17.jpg 22.jpg 21.jpg 15.jpg 12.jpg 8.jpg 19.jpg 24.jpg 13.jpg 5.jpg 27.jpg 16.jpg 18.jpg 9.jpg 4.jpg 7.jpg 2_v2.jpg 3.jpg 29.jpg

These photographs are called drawings to suggest their gestural and participatory approach to landscape photography. They depict quiet alterations made to the land, often just to a bare patch of ground. For the artist, each work marks a temporary, meaningful site embedded with meditations on everyday life. They claim fragments as narrative artifacts, treat material remnants as feeling sculptures, and prize absence over presence. Sometimes the titles become discursive poems. Having grown up on archaeological excavations, these works are heavily influenced by a childhood spent staring at the ground. ‘Drawings' is an ongoing body of work.