Dissolution 2006
Presented in the windows of the Museum of Contemporary Photography at Columbia College Chicago.
Dissolution used large windows on the corner of Michigan Avenue and Harrison St in downtown Chicago. On Michigan Ave. the contemplative image/movement of yoga asana were juxtaposed against an old world map and a fabricated time measure using salt, a reminder of our relationship to the world as a whole at both an elemental and macrocosmic view. In the Harrison Street window an ice grotto held candles and jello molds of animal shapes, again a marker of time as the candle and solar heat melted the ice and the jello- a juxtaposition of the primary and the processed.

Photo curtesy of: Emily Sepik and David Wallin