In Collaboration with the Ejection Seat Collective, whose philosophy is:
“The Ejection Seat Collective promotes experimental art practice. The group is a loose assemblage of artists from varying disciplines that form an evolving organism. Members collaborate to create all types of visceral art experience.”
I was provided funding and direction to create nine paintings and invent a mode of transportation that would ensure safe passage of the works over rough terrain in a remote Rocky Mountain location. Blindfolded and unaware of my surroundings I arrived at the location and climbed to higher ground. After delivery of the carefully created and transported works, I was instructed to assist in their installation. This process was only complete when each work had been both destroyed and future integration into nature was ensured. The experience was completed with an improvisational keytar arrangement.