Selected Installations

I-Park, East Haddam, Connecticut
I think, thank. Word-sculpture installation consisting of four, large, three-dimensional steel words hanging in a pine grove, as part of I-Park’s 2011 Environmental Art Biennale. Installed September 2011. Views. Video (I think). Video (I thank).

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Villa Bernasconi, Lancy, Switzerland
La chasse-cueillette. Temporary poetic environment consisting of seven, large three-dimensional, words placed in the park around the museum. Installed February 2008. Views. Video.

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Community Education Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
The Dream Leg of the “H”. Chalk visual poem designed for 6'x30' blackboard.
Commissioned by the Community Education Center, Philadelphia, PA, spring 1993.
Video.


Empire-Fulton Ferry State Park, Brooklyn, New York
Save Monkey. Temporary poetic construction consisting of words of title, capital “A” fulcrum and wooden ladder, as part of Tenth Annual Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition, group show, spring 1992. Views.

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Sculpture in the Park Committee, Allentown, Pennsylvania
Five Kites. Temporary poetic environment consisting of ten, large concrete words placed upright in a fast moving stream. Commissioned by the Sculpture in the Park Committee, Allentown, PA, May 1991. Views.

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City of Providence, Rhode Island
the (you), a (man)(s), island (s). Temporary poetic environment consisting of five, large, three-dimensional words of brick, wood, ice and wax on and around three small islands, as part of Convergence II festival, September 1989. Views.

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City of Providence, Rhode Island
Roosevelt Pond (a market)(a mine). Temporary poetic environment consisting of twelve, three-dimensional, floating words on a pond, as part of Convergence I festival, September 1988. Views.

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