From back to front  One Minute         Lead, Paper  2008  Front   Books #1-7        Paper, Blood, Bee’s Wax, Aluminum  2007-     The Long Now   Underground Gallery of Contemporary Art Santa Fe, New Mexico   2008  My aspirations in   The Long Now     installation are for the transformation in awareness of present time. We have so many markers of time which subtlety shift and redirect our understanding of placement. These markers are getting closer and closer together as we progress into the information age, and unfortunately as a whole, our ability to hold attention is weakening. This art installation aims at reconditioning our attention and awareness of time into a more developed muscle, which then could be used for the unimaginable.   

From back to front
One Minute    
Lead, Paper  2008

Front

Books #1-7  
 Paper, Blood, Bee’s Wax, Aluminum  2007-



The Long Now
Underground Gallery of Contemporary Art Santa Fe, New Mexico
2008

My aspirations in 
The Long Now installation are for the transformation in awareness of present time. We have so many markers of time which subtlety shift and redirect our understanding of placement. These markers are getting closer and closer together as we progress into the information age, and unfortunately as a whole, our ability to hold attention is weakening. This art installation aims at reconditioning our attention and awareness of time into a more developed muscle, which then could be used for the unimaginable.
 

   The Long Now   Underground Gallery of Contemporary Art Santa Fe, New Mexico   2008  My aspirations in   The Long Now     installation are for the transformation in awareness of present time. We have so many markers of time which subtlety shift and redirect our understanding of placement. These markers are getting closer and closer together as we progress into the information age, and unfortunately as a whole, our ability to hold attention is weakening. This art installation aims at reconditioning our attention and awareness of time into a more developed muscle, which then could be used for the unimaginable.


The Long Now
Underground Gallery of Contemporary Art Santa Fe, New Mexico
2008

My aspirations in 
The Long Now installation are for the transformation in awareness of present time. We have so many markers of time which subtlety shift and redirect our understanding of placement. These markers are getting closer and closer together as we progress into the information age, and unfortunately as a whole, our ability to hold attention is weakening. This art installation aims at reconditioning our attention and awareness of time into a more developed muscle, which then could be used for the unimaginable.

   The Long Now   Underground Gallery of Contemporary Art Santa Fe, New Mexico   2008  My aspirations in   The Long Now     installation are for the transformation in awareness of present time. We have so many markers of time which subtlety shift and redirect our understanding of placement. These markers are getting closer and closer together as we progress into the information age, and unfortunately as a whole, our ability to hold attention is weakening. This art installation aims at reconditioning our attention and awareness of time into a more developed muscle, which then could be used for the unimaginable.


The Long Now
Underground Gallery of Contemporary Art Santa Fe, New Mexico
2008

My aspirations in 
The Long Now installation are for the transformation in awareness of present time. We have so many markers of time which subtlety shift and redirect our understanding of placement. These markers are getting closer and closer together as we progress into the information age, and unfortunately as a whole, our ability to hold attention is weakening. This art installation aims at reconditioning our attention and awareness of time into a more developed muscle, which then could be used for the unimaginable.

  One Minute        Lead, Paper   2008     This piece is an investigation of the enormous amount of information that one processes within a minute of time. I believe that due to our interconnectivity, we process much more information than we can imagine. I also wish to explore the idea of one minute as interconnected with our entire life. With this we could experience major shifts within the “short” period of one minute. One Minute was executed with thousands of straight pencil lines on a fifteen-foot long sheet of paper. Visually this piece might get compared to a large UPC code.     The Long Now   Underground Gallery of Contemporary Art Santa Fe, New Mexico   2008  My aspirations in   The Long Now     installation are for the transformation in awareness of present time. We have so many markers of time which subtlety shift and redirect our understanding of placement. These markers are getting closer and closer together as we progress into the information age, and unfortunately as a whole, our ability to hold attention is weakening. This art installation aims at reconditioning our attention and awareness of time into a more developed muscle, which then could be used for the unimaginable.

One Minute   
Lead, Paper  
2008 


This piece is an investigation of the enormous amount of information that one processes within a minute of time. I believe that due to our interconnectivity, we process much more information than we can imagine. I also wish to explore the idea of one minute as interconnected with our entire life. With this we could experience major shifts within the “short” period of one minute. One Minute was executed with thousands of straight pencil lines on a fifteen-foot long sheet of paper. Visually this piece might get compared to a large UPC code.


The Long Now
Underground Gallery of Contemporary Art Santa Fe, New Mexico
2008

My aspirations in 
The Long Now installation are for the transformation in awareness of present time. We have so many markers of time which subtlety shift and redirect our understanding of placement. These markers are getting closer and closer together as we progress into the information age, and unfortunately as a whole, our ability to hold attention is weakening. This art installation aims at reconditioning our attention and awareness of time into a more developed muscle, which then could be used for the unimaginable.

  One Minute       (Detail)   Lead, Paper   2008     This piece is an investigation of the enormous amount of information that one processes within a minute of time. I believe that due to our interconnectivity, we process much more information than we can imagine. I also wish to explore the idea of one minute as interconnected with our entire life. With this we could experience major shifts within the “short” period of one minute. One Minute was executed with thousands of straight pencil lines on a fifteen-foot long sheet of paper. Visually this piece might get compared to a large UPC code.     The Long Now   Underground Gallery of Contemporary Art Santa Fe, New Mexico   2008  My aspirations in   The Long Now     installation are for the transformation in awareness of present time. We have so many markers of time which subtlety shift and redirect our understanding of placement. These markers are getting closer and closer together as we progress into the information age, and unfortunately as a whole, our ability to hold attention is weakening. This art installation aims at reconditioning our attention and awareness of time into a more developed muscle, which then could be used for the unimaginable.

One Minute  
(Detail)  
Lead, Paper  
2008 


This piece is an investigation of the enormous amount of information that one processes within a minute of time. I believe that due to our interconnectivity, we process much more information than we can imagine. I also wish to explore the idea of one minute as interconnected with our entire life. With this we could experience major shifts within the “short” period of one minute. One Minute was executed with thousands of straight pencil lines on a fifteen-foot long sheet of paper. Visually this piece might get compared to a large UPC code.


The Long Now
Underground Gallery of Contemporary Art Santa Fe, New Mexico
2008

My aspirations in 
The Long Now installation are for the transformation in awareness of present time. We have so many markers of time which subtlety shift and redirect our understanding of placement. These markers are getting closer and closer together as we progress into the information age, and unfortunately as a whole, our ability to hold attention is weakening. This art installation aims at reconditioning our attention and awareness of time into a more developed muscle, which then could be used for the unimaginable.

  One Minute       (Detail)   Lead, Paper   2008     This piece is an investigation of the enormous amount of information that one processes within a minute of time. I believe that due to our interconnectivity, we process much more information than we can imagine. I also wish to explore the idea of one minute as interconnected with our entire life. With this we could experience major shifts within the “short” period of one minute. One Minute was executed with thousands of straight pencil lines on a fifteen-foot long sheet of paper. Visually this piece might get compared to a large UPC code.     The Long Now   Underground Gallery of Contemporary Art Santa Fe, New Mexico   2008  My aspirations in   The Long Now     installation are for the transformation in awareness of present time. We have so many markers of time which subtlety shift and redirect our understanding of placement. These markers are getting closer and closer together as we progress into the information age, and unfortunately as a whole, our ability to hold attention is weakening. This art installation aims at reconditioning our attention and awareness of time into a more developed muscle, which then could be used for the unimaginable.

One Minute  
(Detail)  
Lead, Paper  
2008 


This piece is an investigation of the enormous amount of information that one processes within a minute of time. I believe that due to our interconnectivity, we process much more information than we can imagine. I also wish to explore the idea of one minute as interconnected with our entire life. With this we could experience major shifts within the “short” period of one minute. One Minute was executed with thousands of straight pencil lines on a fifteen-foot long sheet of paper. Visually this piece might get compared to a large UPC code.


The Long Now
Underground Gallery of Contemporary Art Santa Fe, New Mexico
2008

My aspirations in 
The Long Now installation are for the transformation in awareness of present time. We have so many markers of time which subtlety shift and redirect our understanding of placement. These markers are getting closer and closer together as we progress into the information age, and unfortunately as a whole, our ability to hold attention is weakening. This art installation aims at reconditioning our attention and awareness of time into a more developed muscle, which then could be used for the unimaginable.

  One Minute       (Detail)   Lead, Paper   2008     This piece is an investigation of the enormous amount of information that one processes within a minute of time. I believe that due to our interconnectivity, we process much more information than we can imagine. I also wish to explore the idea of one minute as interconnected with our entire life. With this we could experience major shifts within the “short” period of one minute. One Minute was executed with thousands of straight pencil lines on a fifteen-foot long sheet of paper. Visually this piece might get compared to a large UPC code.     The Long Now   Underground Gallery of Contemporary Art Santa Fe, New Mexico   2008  My aspirations in   The Long Now     installation are for the transformation in awareness of present time. We have so many markers of time which subtlety shift and redirect our understanding of placement. These markers are getting closer and closer together as we progress into the information age, and unfortunately as a whole, our ability to hold attention is weakening. This art installation aims at reconditioning our attention and awareness of time into a more developed muscle, which then could be used for the unimaginable.

One Minute  
(Detail)  
Lead, Paper  
2008 


This piece is an investigation of the enormous amount of information that one processes within a minute of time. I believe that due to our interconnectivity, we process much more information than we can imagine. I also wish to explore the idea of one minute as interconnected with our entire life. With this we could experience major shifts within the “short” period of one minute. One Minute was executed with thousands of straight pencil lines on a fifteen-foot long sheet of paper. Visually this piece might get compared to a large UPC code.


The Long Now
Underground Gallery of Contemporary Art Santa Fe, New Mexico
2008

My aspirations in 
The Long Now installation are for the transformation in awareness of present time. We have so many markers of time which subtlety shift and redirect our understanding of placement. These markers are getting closer and closer together as we progress into the information age, and unfortunately as a whole, our ability to hold attention is weakening. This art installation aims at reconditioning our attention and awareness of time into a more developed muscle, which then could be used for the unimaginable.

   The giant slab of clay with its upchurned spires is fresh and shiny at the time of the opening reception but will dry and begin to transform in…   Santa Fe Reporter - March 19, 2008       The Long Now   Underground Gallery of Contemporary Art Santa Fe, New Mexico   2008  My aspirations in   The Long Now     installation are for the transformation in awareness of present time. We have so many markers of time which subtlety shift and redirect our understanding of placement. These markers are getting closer and closer together as we progress into the information age, and unfortunately as a whole, our ability to hold attention is weakening. This art installation aims at reconditioning our attention and awareness of time into a more developed muscle, which then could be used for the unimaginable.


The giant slab of clay with its upchurned spires is fresh and shiny at the time of the opening reception but will dry and begin to transform in… Santa Fe Reporter - March 19, 2008  


The Long Now
Underground Gallery of Contemporary Art Santa Fe, New Mexico
2008

My aspirations in 
The Long Now installation are for the transformation in awareness of present time. We have so many markers of time which subtlety shift and redirect our understanding of placement. These markers are getting closer and closer together as we progress into the information age, and unfortunately as a whole, our ability to hold attention is weakening. This art installation aims at reconditioning our attention and awareness of time into a more developed muscle, which then could be used for the unimaginable.

   The Long Now   Underground Gallery of Contemporary Art Santa Fe, New Mexico   2008  My aspirations in   The Long Now     installation are for the transformation in awareness of present time. We have so many markers of time which subtlety shift and redirect our understanding of placement. These markers are getting closer and closer together as we progress into the information age, and unfortunately as a whole, our ability to hold attention is weakening. This art installation aims at reconditioning our attention and awareness of time into a more developed muscle, which then could be used for the unimaginable.


The Long Now
Underground Gallery of Contemporary Art Santa Fe, New Mexico
2008

My aspirations in 
The Long Now installation are for the transformation in awareness of present time. We have so many markers of time which subtlety shift and redirect our understanding of placement. These markers are getting closer and closer together as we progress into the information age, and unfortunately as a whole, our ability to hold attention is weakening. This art installation aims at reconditioning our attention and awareness of time into a more developed muscle, which then could be used for the unimaginable.

   The Long Now   Underground Gallery of Contemporary Art Santa Fe, New Mexico   2008  My aspirations in   The Long Now     installation are for the transformation in awareness of present time. We have so many markers of time which subtlety shift and redirect our understanding of placement. These markers are getting closer and closer together as we progress into the information age, and unfortunately as a whole, our ability to hold attention is weakening. This art installation aims at reconditioning our attention and awareness of time into a more developed muscle, which then could be used for the unimaginable.


The Long Now
Underground Gallery of Contemporary Art Santa Fe, New Mexico
2008

My aspirations in 
The Long Now installation are for the transformation in awareness of present time. We have so many markers of time which subtlety shift and redirect our understanding of placement. These markers are getting closer and closer together as we progress into the information age, and unfortunately as a whole, our ability to hold attention is weakening. This art installation aims at reconditioning our attention and awareness of time into a more developed muscle, which then could be used for the unimaginable.

   The Long Now   Underground Gallery of Contemporary Art Santa Fe, New Mexico   2008  My aspirations in   The Long Now     installation are for the transformation in awareness of present time. We have so many markers of time which subtlety shift and redirect our understanding of placement. These markers are getting closer and closer together as we progress into the information age, and unfortunately as a whole, our ability to hold attention is weakening. This art installation aims at reconditioning our attention and awareness of time into a more developed muscle, which then could be used for the unimaginable.


The Long Now
Underground Gallery of Contemporary Art Santa Fe, New Mexico
2008

My aspirations in 
The Long Now installation are for the transformation in awareness of present time. We have so many markers of time which subtlety shift and redirect our understanding of placement. These markers are getting closer and closer together as we progress into the information age, and unfortunately as a whole, our ability to hold attention is weakening. This art installation aims at reconditioning our attention and awareness of time into a more developed muscle, which then could be used for the unimaginable.

  Books #1-7       Paper, Blood, Bee’s Wax, Aluminum  2007-    #1 (-1.0 at 60 Seconds) 3”x4”x4” #2 (-.8125 at 60 Seconds) 3”x4 3/16”x4” #3 (-.625 at 60 Seconds) 3”x4 3/8”x4” #4 (-.5 at 60 Seconds) 3”x4 9/16”x4” #5 (-.25 at 60 Seconds) 3”x4 ¾”x4” #6 (-.0625 at 60 Seconds) 3”x4 15/16”x4” #7 (+.125 at 60 Seconds) 3”x5 1/8”x4”     The Long Now   Underground Gallery of Contemporary Art Santa Fe, New Mexico   2008  My aspirations in   The Long Now     installation are for the transformation in awareness of present time. We have so many markers of time which subtlety shift and redirect our understanding of placement. These markers are getting closer and closer together as we progress into the information age, and unfortunately as a whole, our ability to hold attention is weakening. This art installation aims at reconditioning our attention and awareness of time into a more developed muscle, which then could be used for the unimaginable.    

Books #1-7  
Paper, Blood, Bee’s Wax, Aluminum  2007-


#1 (-1.0 at 60 Seconds) 3”x4”x4”
#2 (-.8125 at 60 Seconds) 3”x4 3/16”x4”
#3 (-.625 at 60 Seconds) 3”x4 3/8”x4”
#4 (-.5 at 60 Seconds) 3”x4 9/16”x4”
#5 (-.25 at 60 Seconds) 3”x4 ¾”x4”
#6 (-.0625 at 60 Seconds) 3”x4 15/16”x4”
#7 (+.125 at 60 Seconds) 3”x5 1/8”x4”



The Long Now
Underground Gallery of Contemporary Art Santa Fe, New Mexico
2008

My aspirations in 
The Long Now installation are for the transformation in awareness of present time. We have so many markers of time which subtlety shift and redirect our understanding of placement. These markers are getting closer and closer together as we progress into the information age, and unfortunately as a whole, our ability to hold attention is weakening. This art installation aims at reconditioning our attention and awareness of time into a more developed muscle, which then could be used for the unimaginable.

 

   The Long Now   Underground Gallery of Contemporary Art Santa Fe, New Mexico   2008  My aspirations in   The Long Now     installation are for the transformation in awareness of present time. We have so many markers of time which subtlety shift and redirect our understanding of placement. These markers are getting closer and closer together as we progress into the information age, and unfortunately as a whole, our ability to hold attention is weakening. This art installation aims at reconditioning our attention and awareness of time into a more developed muscle, which then could be used for the unimaginable.


The Long Now
Underground Gallery of Contemporary Art Santa Fe, New Mexico
2008

My aspirations in 
The Long Now installation are for the transformation in awareness of present time. We have so many markers of time which subtlety shift and redirect our understanding of placement. These markers are getting closer and closer together as we progress into the information age, and unfortunately as a whole, our ability to hold attention is weakening. This art installation aims at reconditioning our attention and awareness of time into a more developed muscle, which then could be used for the unimaginable.