With Seth Barger (sound), Lia Rousett, Nicholas Pieri
An installation exploring purpose & labor. An exterior gallery displayed tools (fish traps, shuttles, toys) cast in bronze, and led to an arched interior space made with 300 pounds of beeswax. Video projection of bees with honey-filled abdomens paid homage to tenacity and harvest. Visitors added to the piece by reflecting about their own work in a common journal.
REVIEWS & AWARDS
“A calming power to arrive at a place of stillness in oneself.”
Cate McQuaid, Boston Globe
“Smell, touch, moving liquid light…primordial.”
• Best of Boston Gallery Exhibition, Boston Globe 2006
“During the last two years I have felt the striking fragility of work’s utility."