This piece was featured in a site-specific show at Leland Ironworks in Oregon City, OR in June 2015. In Time stems from a desire to more fully understand time as non-linear — to feel this concept rather than just think it.
For several months, I made small daily paintings that I then printed on fabric in a grid. From this fabric, I made a structure that allows one to literally be suspended in time. Hanging from an old oak tree next to a lazy creek, the participant is suspended inside the present moment while also being inside the visual residue of many accumulated moments.