The Far Field
Cheekwood Museum of Art, Nashville, Tennessee, 2010
Site specific installation of photographs and audio
Digitally manipulated photographs of the gallery’s architecture and photographs of landscape reminiscent of the museum’s grounds combined with the architecture and changing light of the gallery itself. Speakers mounted to the ceiling played audio, recorded on site, which combined bird songs with the drone of human activity in the landscape. The resulting self-reflective environment prompted an awareness of presence and absence, and a psychological experience of architecture and landscape.