2 x 8 x 6 in (13 pieces)
cloth, wood, enamel
A series of stacks attached onto a series of trees that attempt to engage the viewer upfront and without the aid of a gallery space. This piece becomes an expanded field of vision and rather than standing apart from the setting it is in, it becomes part of it. The work is successful in blending just enough that it creates an installation of itself, but it fails enough so that the pieces remain independent and only the space between the three designs the space and grounds the work.