This selection of installations focuses on temporary gallery,  museum and outdoor installations. Like many of my works, most are site-specific. They refer to the conceptual and visual nature of the spaces, and at times to solar cycles and coordinates beyond the gallery walls. The seminal "Earth Mother Shrine," created for Earth Day 1971, established many elements of the paradigm that I have followed in subsequent installations. Inside the temporary Shrine, an altar joining north and south rooms received sunlight from a ceiling aperture at solar noon on the spring equinox. In later environmental gallery installations, sunbeams were directed into the spaces, creating time-based content through interactive performance events. 

Using Format