Cave of Crystals

A site-specific installation representing an abstraction of the geometric forms found on Selenite crystal caves. Installed in a stairwell of the Medina Highschool, as part of the 2019 PLAY/GROUND exhibition, a Resource:Art project in partnership with Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center and Rochester Contemporary Art Center (RoCo)

Volume 1: Aggregation

A series of play objects inspired by aggregate forms found in nature, such as tree rings, crystal formations, and graded landscapes. The sculptures and installation trigger complex stimuli for the viewer/participant, enabling a cross-dialog between architecture and the senses. The public is encouraged to endlessly modify the structures, allowing for multiple interpretations of the pieces, and…

From There to Here

An interactive woven sculpture, part of “8 Hour Projects,” an annual event presented by the Art Galleries of Allegheny College, in Meadville, PA. The exhibition features 10 artists making art on site for 8 hours, with the public invited to observe and participate. Curated by Heather Brand and Darren Lee Miller.

Knot Garden

Inspired by local landscape and social entanglements, this performative ‘playground’ uses local abundant materials such as sand and rope. A collaboration with Johannes Zits, created while in residency at Artscape Gibraltar Point, Toronto Island. Presented with support from The Tree Museum, the Canada Council for the Arts and Ontario Arts Council.

Family Portrait

When creating art, it makes a difference having access to the right tools and materials, specially when constructing large scale sculpture, installation or land art. This very known fact became increasingly apparent at my recent Fieldwork residency, where I had the fortune to have full access to ceramic and wood shops. The objective? to develop a series of what I’m…

Passing for Four (2004)

A dance and sculpture dialog designed and directed by Alicia Marván. Performed by: Margaret Paek. Music: Miya Masaoka. Presented by Sledgehammer Theatre, San Diego CA. Duration: 10 minutes.