When searching through architectural ruins, the great and small accomplishments of human activity can whisper and shout out through the muted rubble that remains. Artifacts carry clues in the full range of value between the intangibles of spectacular and mundane time.
2007, 02:55 minutes
Perspective might be a matter of adaptation. Communication might be a matter of body movement, voice, and which side of a wall you inhabit.
What happened to the blue dinosaur? Through site searches on Vancouver Island, the town of Drumheller, Alberta and the surrounding badlands, an attempt is made to find some answers.
2005, 05:50 minutes
The proverbial ‘squid out of water’ takes a walk on the wild side when she is somehow granted the gift of mobility into the land of human culture for a day.