Site Specific

Climbing Frenzy

Climbing Frenzy 1993 (Site-specific installation for the SF Arts Commission Gallery) In “CLIMBING FRENZY”, a tornado of tables furiously climb over each other. These tables, intent on their freedom, link their cherry-bowed legs into a ladder, eighteen feet of twisting and writhing acrobats. Arching towards the gallery’s skylight in a helix-like pattern, the Queen Anne tables hover over the viewer. The scene is dream-
Read More

Metered Growth

Metered Growth 1994 (Site-specific installation at Southern Exposure Gallery, San Francisco)  
Read More


Defenestration  1997-2015 (Site-specific installation on the corner of 6th and Howard St. in San Francisco) This multi-disciplinary sculptural mural involves seemingly animated furniture; tables, chairs, lamps, grandfather clocks, a refrigerator, and couches, their bodies bent like centipedes, fastened to the walls and window-sills, their insect-like legs seeming to grasp the surfaces. Against society’s expectations,
Read More

Body of Urban Myth

Body of Urban Myth 1997 (Permanent site-specific sculpture for Sheridan Plaza in the City of Palo Alto) “BODY OF URBAN MYTH” is comprised of a Hellenistic female figure hoisting a cast bronze washing machine heroically overhead as a cascade of water pours from the open door of the machine into the fountain below. The bronze sculpture is in an ongoing dialogue with its companions: two replicas of classical Greek male
Read More


Samson (Permanent site-specific sculpture for the Sacramento International Airport) 1998-Present Samson is two 23-foot tall pillars constructed of over 700 pieces of refurbished luggage dating from the conceptual genesis of the airplane to the present. At the base of the towers of luggage are large carts, designed to emulate the luggage carts that are used by personnel to haul suitcases from the airport to the airpla
Read More


Photogenesis 1999 (Permanent site-specific sculpture for North SeaTac Park, King County WA) Three lamppost trees sprout and stand tall, their filaments like night flowers glow, pulsing at different rates and in multiple colors. The trunks appear to be covered in a rusty bark. This unexpected artistic medium cultivates a non-sequitur, a juxtaposition between icon and material. Once a virgin forest, later cut with nati
Read More


LABYRINTH 2001-2004 (Permanent site-specific sculptural installation for Yahoo!, Sunnyvale, California) “LABYRINTH” is a site-specific sculptural installation of five portals, arranged on the Yahoo! Headquarters public park, as a web without path or boundary. The portals are full-sized, seemingly random open doors attached to their door frames, each standing in a different part of the grassy, forested landscape. Each
Read More