A communally curated herbarium focused on urban weeds growing in Berkeley neighborhoods. An exercise in democratizing the way that a collection manifests: how and what material is gathered, displayed, and presented in the immediate context of a specific community.
A machine refashioned using components from obsolete devices. Created to reconsider the value of the base material and mechanisms, in the service of something poetic rather than the drive to extract efficiency and utility.
An edition of nine where each copy was personalized to its recipient. Each person received a set of objects embedded with evocative words that could be sculpturally tessellated to explore associations and connotations within a private or shared lexicon.