Memories of El Monte Public Art Fountain, 2018

A fuller take on the coordinated wellspring of synergistic bliss and the constellations (three is a magic number), 2021
wood, steel

39 feet x 59 feet x 9 feet, depth dimensions variable

site-specific installation for A New Iconography: Artists Raising Children, curated by Daniel Gerwin at The Landing Gallery in Los Angeles, CA

A fuller take on the coordinated wellspring of synergistic bliss and the constellations (three is a magic number) is about my kid and my family. The individual triangle echoes our three-person family, then the collections of triangles echo the lived experiences of us all interconnecting with others, as well as the constellation Orion (my son’s name) with its three stars in the belt and then all the constellations across all the universes. The piece has two "sides", a shorter side that could be me and a longer side that could be my very tall husband. At the intersection the two sides burst forth away from the walls into the open vastness unconnected to formal space. And that is where my Orion exists, a teen headed off on his own soon enough, into the unknown of his future.