Series X is an ongoing series of wall-mounted, convex tablets depicting intersecting lines and center points. Tablets can be configured in grid variations or linearly. Each tablet is 14″ x 14″ x 4″ with a recommended 3.5-inch spacing when mounted collectively.
TopoTablets is an ongoing series of wall-mounted, convex tablets comprised of convoluted layers of clay, similar in structure to contour lines found on topographic maps. Each tablet is 14″ x 14″ x 4″ with a recommended 3.5-inch spacing when mounted collectively.
Choke II is an ongoing series of wall-mounted ceramic maps of global choke points- strategic locations where passage by land or sea is constricted. There are 10 pieces in the series and include the straits of Bosporus, Gibraltar, Hormuz, Malacca, Mandeb, Oresund, Dover, Soya, and the isthmuses of Suez and Panama.
Peirce’s Projection is a series of wall-mounted ceramic maps based on conformal map projection developed by Charles Peirce in 1879. With two versions of carved and glazed convex tablets (one of the northern hemisphere and the other the southern hemisphere), the projection has the distinctive capacity of being repeated endlessly.