During the Nineteen-Seventies, I graduated with a Master of Arts from the University of California and moved to Houston,Texas. In Houston, I found a small but thriving art community supported by enlighten patrons. It was a time when Texas art flourished and I along with it.During the day I worked at the local Public Television Station and at night made art. My studio was in the “East-End” of the city, where an industrial landscape of polluted bayous bisected streets tattooed with railroad tracks and blue collar neighborhoods are squeezed in between interstate highways..
A short video of the Island of Taquile in Lake Titicaca, Peru. Made to honor the anthropologist, Elayne Zorn who passed away in 2010. This ethnographic documentary includes black & white still photographs shot by Dr. Zorn's during her first trip in 1975 to the Indigenous Quechua Island community.
Space vs Space is a cross cultural aesthetic study of the perception of space. A comparison between modern urban societies where space is based on a rectilinear grid of a city landscape and an indigenous space of palpable emptiness made comprehensible only in a sacred realm.