Work > A Portable Homeland

In 2018 I was invited by Inscape Arts in Seattle to create an artwork that responded to the history of their building as a former INS building. In response, I created a ten foot long map, unscrolled on a table, that challenges the more traditional notion of homeland as a particular place and instead, depicts it as a boundaryless place of space and time. I explore my internal landscape of time, place and spirituality. More images can be seen at: A Gallery

An article about the first installation of this piece at Inscape, written by Jacob Tully, appeared in the winter issue of "The Summit, News From and For the Washington GIS Community." You can read it here: A Portable Homeland - Mapping as Art & Seattle's Inscape Gallery