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  • 1000 Cubic Feet of Space (Version #1)

    ...love the lakeside... Chicago, IL (2007)

  • 1000 Cubic Feet of Space (Version #1)

    ...going for a swim...Chicago, IL (2007)

  • 1000 Cubic Feet of Space (Version #2)

    ...floating in Lake Michigan, Chicago, IL (2007). Floating Structure (in two parts) Above water -10’ x 10’ x 10’ x 1.5” pvc tubing -3/8” galvinized, threaded rod Below water -Pine 2” x 4” x 16’ (ballast structure) -Galvanized nuts, bolts and washers (ballast structure) -8mm aluminum airplane cable (ballast structure) -Galvanized turnbuckles (ballast structure) -10 empty two-liter soda bottles (ballast) Stationary Structure 10’ x 10’ x 10’ x 1” pvc tubing

  • 1000 Cubic Feet of Space (Version #2)

    ...floating in Lake Michigan, Chicago, IL (2007)

  • HOME (Concept Drawing)

    ...always be home... Concept: Kansas City, MO (1997), Realized: Chicago, IL (2007)

  • HOME

    Special thanks to James Ellis for taking HOME for a walk through the Hyde Park. neighborhood of Chicago, IL. (2007)

  • HOME

    Chicago, IL (2007)

  • HOME

    Chicago, IL (2007)

  • The House The Dick Built

    Materials 10’ x 10’ x 10’ x 1” square stock steel cube Screen printed pink wallpaper Gypsum wallboard Pine 2x4s Cardboard Random galvanized hardware Shower door ...Kansas City, MO (1996)

  • The House That Dick Built

    Kansas City, MO (1996)

  • Bathroom Floor Fragement

    ...object or narrative A field/crime scene sketch was prepared with measurements in order to show the victims locations throughout the apartment. Even during daylight hours it was extremely dark in the complex so large floodlights were utilized to aid in lighting the crime scene. At 1030 hours the same day, the Chief Medical Examiner arrived and viewed the scene and the victims. It was during this phase in the investigation that the body of the fifth victim, F. was located in the bathroom. He was in a position of lying face down on the bathroom floor with Victim G. partially lying on top of him. Photographs were taken of Victim F after the discovery of his remains. All four of the victims’ remains were removed from the scene at 1140 hours. They were taken to the Medical Examines office for post mortem examinations scheduled for April 2O~. Throughout the investigation, from April 1 8~ through 1340 hours on April 25, State Police Officers would be on scene 24 hours a day armed with a copy of the Search and Seizure warrant. During this time the scene was processed for physical evidence. This would include wet sifting the fire debris from the second floor and the solarium for any firearm evidence (bullets, casings, etc.). - Excerpt from first online document returned by Google search when “bathroom floor fragment” was given as the query. Kansas City, MO (1997)

  • Bathroom Floor Fragment (Detail)

    Materials Blue ceramic tile (recycled) White grout Pine 2x4s (recycled) 3/4” plywood (recycled) All materials were obtained second hand from a Kansas City, MO residence under renovation. For two months prior to its final installation, the completed form was left in an open field to weather. Kansas City, MO (1997)

  • 1000 Cubic Feet of Space (Version #1)

    ...love the lakeside... Chicago, IL (2007)

  • 1000 Cubic Feet of Space (Version #1)

    ...going for a swim...Chicago, IL (2007)

  • 1000 Cubic Feet of Space (Version #2)

    ...floating in Lake Michigan, Chicago, IL (2007). Floating Structure (in two parts) Above water -10’ x 10’ x 10’ x 1.5” pvc tubing -3/8” galvinized, threaded rod Below water -Pine 2” x 4” x 16’ (ballast structure) -Galvanized nuts, bolts and washers (ballast structure) -8mm aluminum airplane cable (ballast structure) -Galvanized turnbuckles (ballast structure) -10 empty two-liter soda bottles (ballast) Stationary Structure 10’ x 10’ x 10’ x 1” pvc tubing

  • 1000 Cubic Feet of Space (Version #2)

    ...floating in Lake Michigan, Chicago, IL (2007)

  • HOME (Concept Drawing)

    ...always be home... Concept: Kansas City, MO (1997), Realized: Chicago, IL (2007)

  • HOME

    Special thanks to James Ellis for taking HOME for a walk through the Hyde Park. neighborhood of Chicago, IL. (2007)

  • HOME

    Chicago, IL (2007)

  • HOME

    Chicago, IL (2007)

  • The House The Dick Built

    Materials 10’ x 10’ x 10’ x 1” square stock steel cube Screen printed pink wallpaper Gypsum wallboard Pine 2x4s Cardboard Random galvanized hardware Shower door ...Kansas City, MO (1996)

  • The House That Dick Built

    Kansas City, MO (1996)

  • Bathroom Floor Fragement

    ...object or narrative A field/crime scene sketch was prepared with measurements in order to show the victims locations throughout the apartment. Even during daylight hours it was extremely dark in the complex so large floodlights were utilized to aid in lighting the crime scene. At 1030 hours the same day, the Chief Medical Examiner arrived and viewed the scene and the victims. It was during this phase in the investigation that the body of the fifth victim, F. was located in the bathroom. He was in a position of lying face down on the bathroom floor with Victim G. partially lying on top of him. Photographs were taken of Victim F after the discovery of his remains. All four of the victims’ remains were removed from the scene at 1140 hours. They were taken to the Medical Examines office for post mortem examinations scheduled for April 2O~. Throughout the investigation, from April 1 8~ through 1340 hours on April 25, State Police Officers would be on scene 24 hours a day armed with a copy of the Search and Seizure warrant. During this time the scene was processed for physical evidence. This would include wet sifting the fire debris from the second floor and the solarium for any firearm evidence (bullets, casings, etc.). - Excerpt from first online document returned by Google search when “bathroom floor fragment” was given as the query. Kansas City, MO (1997)

  • Bathroom Floor Fragment (Detail)

    Materials Blue ceramic tile (recycled) White grout Pine 2x4s (recycled) 3/4” plywood (recycled) All materials were obtained second hand from a Kansas City, MO residence under renovation. For two months prior to its final installation, the completed form was left in an open field to weather. Kansas City, MO (1997)