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  The Swanton Project , 2013 (ongoing) Series of installations, in collaboration with Lily Skove and Elizabeth McClellan  Using my vacant child-hood home as a site for experimentation, I devised a series of site-specific works that investigated the softer processes and relationships that make up the entropy of a built and discarded space. This project will continue as the house continues to become subsumed by nature and will eventually be demolished. This location continues to be a space for collaborative, site specific work, as I continue to investigate and process my own relationship to it, as well as its imbedded energies and potential.   

The Swanton Project, 2013 (ongoing)
Series of installations, in collaboration with Lily Skove and Elizabeth McClellan

Using my vacant child-hood home as a site for experimentation, I devised a series of site-specific works that investigated the softer processes and relationships that make up the entropy of a built and discarded space. This project will continue as the house continues to become subsumed by nature and will eventually be demolished. This location continues to be a space for collaborative, site specific work, as I continue to investigate and process my own relationship to it, as well as its imbedded energies and potential.

 

1swanton_237.jpg
2swanton_214.jpg
4swanton_181.jpg
5-IMG_1553_v2.jpg
6swanton_1_v2.jpg
  The Swanton Project , 2013 (ongoing) Series of installations, in collaboration with Lily Skove and Elizabeth McClellan  Using my vacant child-hood home as a site for experimentation, I devised a series of site-specific works that investigated the softer processes and relationships that make up the entropy of a built and discarded space. This project will continue as the house continues to become subsumed by nature and will eventually be demolished. This location continues to be a space for collaborative, site specific work, as I continue to investigate and process my own relationship to it, as well as its imbedded energies and potential.   

The Swanton Project, 2013 (ongoing)
Series of installations, in collaboration with Lily Skove and Elizabeth McClellan

Using my vacant child-hood home as a site for experimentation, I devised a series of site-specific works that investigated the softer processes and relationships that make up the entropy of a built and discarded space. This project will continue as the house continues to become subsumed by nature and will eventually be demolished. This location continues to be a space for collaborative, site specific work, as I continue to investigate and process my own relationship to it, as well as its imbedded energies and potential.

 

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