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Cardboard Actions, still, detail, 2006, set of three still images from three-channel video and installation, solo exhibition, Carroll and Sons, Boston, MA

 Cardboard Actions is part installation and part performance. I worked with recycled cardboard through a series of simple, unrehearsed tasks or “actions.” Each action resulted in a temporary sculpture which I observed before moving on to the next action. In this work, I am finding sculptural forms, not through direct, intentional design, but as the result of a simple activity and observation of its result.

   
  
 
  
    
  
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Cardboard Actions, still, detail, 2006, single image from three-channel video and installation, solo exhibition, Carroll and Sons, Boston, MA

 Cardboard Actions is part installation and part performance. I worked with recycled cardboard through a series of simple, unrehearsed tasks or “actions.” Each action resulted in a temporary sculpture which I observed before moving on to the next action. In this work, I am finding sculptural forms, not through direct, intentional design, but as the result of a simple activity and observation of its result.

   
  
 
  
    
  
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 Cardboard Actions is part installation and part performance. I worked with recycled cardboard through a series of simple, unrehearsed tasks or “actions.” Each action resulted in a temporary sculpture which I observed before moving on to the next action. In this work, I am finding sculptural forms, not through direct, intentional design, but as the result of a simple activity and observation of its result.

Cardboard Actions, still, detail, 2006, single image from three-channel video and installation, solo exhibition, Carroll and Sons, Boston, MA

 Cardboard Actions is part installation and part performance. I worked with recycled cardboard through a series of simple, unrehearsed tasks or “actions.” Each action resulted in a temporary sculpture which I observed before moving on to the next action. In this work, I am finding sculptural forms, not through direct, intentional design, but as the result of a simple activity and observation of its result.

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