1995 Spirit Pass Spirit Pass, 1995
Medium: mixed medium, interactive visual and audioscape Dimensions: 4’W x 5’L x 7’H
A viewer activated installation that animates movement of projected caribou racing in waves across the ceramic stones sitting in water below while the bamboo lanterns knocking together simulate the sound of their hooves striking the ground. Black bird silhouettes in recycled metal contributed by Joan Van Damme ceramic rocks contributed by Sarah Link

1997 Mould Paintings Mould Paintings, 1997
Medium: Mould on paper Dimensions: approximately 30” x 40” each
Mould was cultivated in a large tank 8’ x 4’ in a solution of black tea and sugar.

1997 Transvisceral Border Series Transvisceral Border Series, 1997
Medium: Mixed, with cultivated fungus, natural latex and found materials incorporates odor, texture and time lapse elements. Dimensions: Varies with each installation/sculpture.
The focus of Transvisceral Borders is the human skin as both barrier and link to the external world. It focuses on the range of human relationships to each other but also to that in the external world. The range of human relationships range from the flaying of human skin to be used in lamp shades and book covers by the Nazis of WWII to the Irezumi subculture of Japan where prized artwork of tattoo artists’ on humans were collected by a special museum in Japan . Our relationship to nature and other species is exemplified in the two works “(H)ears Less, Knows Less” and “Silk Purse”. The purse is made of 7 pig’s ears found in pet food suppliers.