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Migration, 2013

Installation view at Aldebaran Silo, Spring Green, Wisconsin. Wood, yarn, and wire.

Migration and mobility have been underlying themes in my work over the past few years. Interestingly, Arizona experiences quite a bit of this movement in its people and bird populations in both the winter and spring seasons, and has become a desirable spot for many temporary residents each winter.

Migration depicts a flock of toy-like wooden birds spiraling up an empty silo preparing for the next leg of their journey, from Wisconsin’s farmlands back to the Sonoran desert.