View from the Staten Island Ferry
View from the Staten Island Ferry

Mixed Media Sculpture "You Are Here, Mapping the Psychogeography of New York City" Exhibition at Pratt Manhattan Gallery, NY

View from the Staten Island Ferry
View from the Staten Island Ferry

Mixed Media Sculpture A separate Statue of Liberty sculpture was placed adjacent to the Lower Manhattan buildings to simulate the view from the Staten Island Ferry. Her head sagged and gently shook if viewers jumped near the sculpture. "You Are Here, Mapping the Psychogeography of New York City" Exhibition at Pratt Manhattan Gallery, NY

Statue of Liberty, Portrait #2
Statue of Liberty, Portrait #2

C-print 24"x16"; 45"x30" editions of 12 in each size Please contact me for purchase details

View from the Staten Island Ferr
View from the Staten Island Ferr

Mixed Media Sculpture "You Are Here, Mapping the Psychogeography of New York City" Exhibition at Pratt Manhattan Gallery, NY

Downtown Buildings
Downtown Buildings

C-print 16"x24"; 30"x45" editions of 12 in each size Please contact me for purchase details

View from the Staten Island Ferry
View from the Staten Island Ferry

Mixed Media Sculpture "You Are Here, Mapping the Psychogeography of New York City" Exhibition at Pratt Manhattan Gallery, NY

View from the Staten Island Ferry
View from the Staten Island Ferry

Mixed Media Sculpture "You Are Here, Mapping the Psychogeography of New York City" Exhibition at Pratt Manhattan Gallery, NY

One Broadway
One Broadway

C-print 16"x24"; 30"x45" editions of 12 in each size Contact me for purchase details

Jelly NYC, View from Staten Island Ferry

 

I constructed a three-dimensional map of the lower Manhattan skyline made of a Jell-O-like material for the exhibition, You are Here, Mapping the Psychogeography of New York City, at the Pratt Manhattan Gallery.

 

Working with Jell-O and other gelatinous materials enabled me to play the role of architect and reimagine New York City. The material took unexpected turns as it bent, glistened and melted, revealing the hidden fragility of the familiar city grid. The buildings in Jelly NYC assume a human quality as they lean on one another for support.

I also created limited editions photographs, available for purchase.