Gallery 100, Arizona State University, Tempe, 2010
Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts, Grand Rapids, MI, 2007
Buckham Gallery, Flint, MI 2005
Northern Arizona University Art Museum, Flagstaff, AZ, 2003
Materials: prepared coyote specimen, wood with pine pitch, glass plates with topographic maps, handmade coyote scat cast with clay, hair, juniper berries, shoe polish
This installation explored a metaphorical pilgrimage I took with canis latrans, coyote, from Mount Kendrick, around the San Francisco Peaks, to James Turrell's Roden Crater. For twelve days we walked and conversed about art, particularly drawing and its relationship to conceptual art, and its importance in the arts and in the academy. At the time, I was invested in starting a drawing emphasis in the Art School at Northern Arizona University where I was teaching at. Pasted to each glass plate was a topographical map of the landscape we had walked through. Lying on each map was coyote's scat collected from our walk.