Made for the Llano Earth Art Festival 2018 in Llano, Texas.
Made from bamboo and sand collected from the locality and installed across a path to see what animal tracks it would capture each night. A camera trap in sculptural form.
There were numerous insect and arachnid tracks across it each day and on one occasion canine tracks. Perhaps a coyote, a fox or just a dog? We'll never know.
Made for the Rachana Land Art Festival in Lebanon in 2017.
This was designed to be viewed by the visiting public during the closing ceremony following the festival. Many VIPs including the Lebanese Minister for Foreign Affairs and forty-six Ambassadors from around the world were present.
The sculpture was positioned so the sun would set behind it over the Mediterranean sea and for a 20 minute period around 7pm the light would gradually sweep across it illuminating the ephemeral details made from a variety of materials gathered from nearby including banana leaves, grapes, seed pods and a box made from lime tree leaves.