I was pleased to be invited by the Montserrat College of Art to the FRAME 301 Gallery as an artist in residence for the month of August. I used this time to create this site-specific installation by painting directly on the surface of the gallery windows, then using the changing daylight throughout the day to project this composition into the gallery space, providing a light and shadow-based framework to help create the contents of the installation.
FRAME 301 provides a display space for contemporary artists to create rotating installations (past artists have included Kenji Kakayama and Mister Never), and I was thrilled to have to opportunity to bring my mix of 2D and 3D artwork to this beautiful space. The installtion is currently on view until 8.21.2015.

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