panorama 7,    tape, thread, paint on paper mounted on lacquered board,   13.5 x 37 x 3 inches  , 2005
   panorama 11,    tape, thread, paint on paper mounted on lacquered board,   13.5 x 37 x 3 inches  , 2005
   panorama 18,    tape, thread, paint on paper mounted on lacquered board,   13.5 x 37 x 3 inches  , 2005
   panorama 13,    tape, thread, paint on paper mounted on lacquered board,   13.5 x 37 x 3 inches  , 2005
   panorama 9-21 , MAP ROOM installation, 2005    The 2005 installation included two sets of sequenced works on paper titled  panorama  and  survey  made during a 2005 artist residency at the Camargo Foundation, Cassis, France. Conceptual gene pools are redefined in these works that record daily observations and responses to the personal work/live community environments in Cassis. Using a surface of translucent paper with charting tape as a drawing material, a branching linear path was laid down to describe the space of each interdisciplinary fellow.  Panorama  is a continuous drawing (62 feet), the circumference of the artist’s studio at Camargo. The intention of  panorama  underscores the conceptual framework of mapping an active space where ideas intermingle and creative works are in an open state of connection, change, influence, grafting and re-arrangement. A large scale map legend was included with the installation.
  survey #6,  tak,    8.75 x 18.5 inches,   paint, tape, stickers on paper  , 2005
  survey  matrix,    8.75 x 18.5 inches,   paint, tape, stickers on paper  , 2005     Survey    sequence, composed of 14 diagrams, pertains to the formal discussion/conversations of each fellow.  Survey 1  through  12  are subtitled with initials to denote whose discussion is represented and are further described on the map legend. The space of words is illusive. Perhaps we remember branching networks, labyrinths of body language, smells, sounds or simple notes of language. The form of discussion is a mnemonic, projected as an intricate container and potential architectural plan to build upon.
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