26in. X 16in. X 7in. Materials: Steel and Marble This piece is based on the struggle of life and death. A personal struggle is shown through the harsh ageing metal ribcage that is wrapping around the pure polished marble lungs, taking the lungs life. Taking the life from itself.
Materials: Cast bronze, cast iron, steel, and found wood
Materials: Melted X-Rays, light tablet, glass, and wood.
Ten boxes constructed of MDF and various other material represent personal family members who have based or had near death experiences. Sizes Vary. It is an iterative piece.
Materials: Marble, cast bronze, and steel This piece was in regards to a memory of my father (who was a first responder for 9-11) coming home after 9-11 for a brief moment to bring us gas masks, only for him to leave again back down into the city.
Materials: Steel, cast recycled bottle glass, and wood.
A metal container with a plexiglass window; the interior is sectioned off holding a branch on the top, water in the middle, and dirt on the bottom. The container traveled to various locations in order to bring 'natural life' to man made locations. Material: Plexiglass, steel, tree branch, water, and dirt.
6ft X 6ft. X 4.5 in. Material: Steel The bookcase is a play off of the fact that it is the molecular structure of Fluorescein which is something in ones eye that detects foreign objects and gets rid of it. The person who takes a book off the bookshelf is removing a foreign object from that space to view it with their eyes.
2ft. X 3ft. X 3.5ft. Materials: Glass, Steel, and Marble The table is based on the molecular structure of cytosine and guanine, which make up C and G of DNA. The tables are made so C and G can be rearranged around one another or be two separate tables.