2015. Video documentation of land-based performance. 4 min 36 sec.
I couldn’t see the horizon that day but knew it was out there.
A place I could reach
would reach, and stand on it before the light pulled it back again.
Eight inches of snow, four below.
I set out with my hide and stick, walking and dragging and panting
dragging and panting. I pulled that line across round world, made the end and beginning visible until I let them fall back together again
leaving you lost once more.
Installed at The University in Great Falls as part of Re-Envision Landscape: Contemporary Visions of the West curated by Julia Becker.
2014. Graphite on vellum. 9 x 12 inches
Barley seeing, I see what breaks the line. A tree here, rocks, the telephone poles eventually sinking into some seam I can’t seem to locate for sure. Rolling hills with curves cut by a thousand ductfoots of an army of one. Is that a stump? Or a fencepost? All going somewhere on the same timeline.