ATLAS SERIES

Defining landscapes is an ambiguous pursuit. With a lifespan of millennia, landscapes are infinitely old and yet constantly emerging as environments shift. They are continuous and fluent, yet fragmented by the artificial boundaries we project upon them. They are bound to the reality of their bedrock, yet in perceiving them our mind interprets them through a cloud of emotional and visual references. While scientific cartography can exquisitely define the immediate realities, the emerging and impressionistic qualities of a landscape are often best explored through the arts.

Defining landscapes is an ambiguous pursuit. With a lifespan of millennia, landscapes are infinitely old and yet constantly emerging as environments shift. They are continuous and fluent, yet fragmented by the artificial boundaries we project upon them. They are bound to the reality of their bedrock, yet in perceiving them our mind interprets them through a cloud of emotional and visual references. While scientific cartography can exquisitely define the immediate realities, the emerging and impressionistic qualities of a landscape are often best explored through the arts.

PINEHURST I

PINEHURST I

PINEHURST II

PINEHURST II

PINEHURST III

PINEHURST III

CALIFORNIA I

VALLEJO I

VALLEJO I

SHILLIM I

SHILLIM I


SEED DISPERSAL

A series of graphics for postcards, highlighting the recovery of biodiversity within a conservation project.

A series of graphics for postcards, highlighting the recovery of biodiversity within a conservation project.

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Seed Dispersal
 

The Sky is Blue?

A daily note to self: register what color the sky is.

A daily note to self: register what color the sky is.


ALIGNMENT

 
3D printed lamp, with the star alignment of May 13, 2011

3D printed lamp, with the star alignment of May 13, 2011

 
 
Star Light
 

YOU ARE HERE NOW CLOCKS

 
A series of topographic clocks

A series of topographic clocks

 

FLOATING VALLEY

A topographic cloud installation of the San Joaquin Valley, a land feature that is slowly sinking, as water is pulled out of aquifers below.

A topographic cloud installation of the San Joaquin Valley, a land feature that is slowly sinking, as water is pulled out of aquifers below.