wood, sheetrock, 20 ft. (6.1 m) h x 14' ft. (4.3 m) w x 8 ft.
(2.4 m) d, solo exhibition:
Installation detail, Carbonate Falls (Marsh Lettuce).
(Biscayne Giant) along with Carbonate
Falls (Marsh Lettuce) use scale, image, digital alteration,
configuration and symbol to evoke the extensive geo-hydrologic
systems of south Florida. The almost flat terrain of soutn Florida
is permeated with dynamic/complex aquifer systems that feed on
the terrestrial climate, oceanic hydro-influx and exhange, and
flow from the northern part of the state. The arboreal and marsh
structures imaged in these works (hydrologic systems in their
own right), were selected and transformed as representatives
of this hidden dynamic. The images were digitally stretched and
configured as cascading elements responding to the architecture
of the installation space.