A 24-hour endurance performance in Nancy Holt’s Dark Star Park (Rosslyn, Virginia). The piece uses T.S. Eliot’s 4 Quartets as a guide while exploring Holt’s design for this public park. Image: Mikhail Bezruchko

2013

A polar struggle between two characters tethered together and unwilling to compromise. Image: Margaret Boozer

2011

Shifting ideas of civic servitude intermix with residues of a wider history challenging free speech to construct a portrait of a contemporary woman peering at her gender through the lens of the past. Image: Nguyen Khoi Nguyen

2012

A 3-floor installation with live activity and sound that uses geophagy (earth-eating) as a launching point for an experiential poem about need. The incessant consumption of a visually bountiful but non-nutritive food substitute is central to the main idea of the project. Image: Janine Parziale

2010

with Eames Armstrong and Ian McDermott.
Image: Frank Hallam Day

2013

Separate but interacting vignette stages house individual performances. Task-based activity cycles through making/un-making. Time markers that form flexible but regular intervals are made visible through labor and product, while time itself is suggested as simultaneously progressing, inverting, and held in suspension. Image: Steven Cummings

2008-2009

Workers on the STASIS production line make objects (vacuum-sealed packages of still-moist pottery) that are weighed and priced at $22/lb. Packages are tagged and available for sale.
Image: Mary Coble

2006-2009

A full-scale production line on display in the gallery. Labor sets its sights on "perfection" and preservation while the product inevitably falls apart. Image: Mary Coble

2004-2006
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