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They Change Position Frequently And Their Cause Is Not Completely Understood is a site-sensitive installation consisting of two wall pieces which offer complementary perspectives on landscape. While one can be read as an aerial view or topographical map, the other provides a glimpse into a night sky laden with starburst-shaped advertisements. The title of the work, taken from Atlas of Landforms (U.S. Military Academy, 1974) reflects these alternating points of view. The works provide a non-traditional and semi-abstract depiction of landscape that reflects upon the interconnectedness between contemporary culture and landscape.

They Change Positions Frequently and Their Cause Is Not Completely Understood ( Aerial View)
They Change Positions Frequently and Their Cause Is Not Completely Understood ( Aerial View)
product boxes, ink, acrylic, and watercolor on three birch panel.
40” by 156”
2012