(Destroyed 2013)
Paper, each window ~48 x 18 x 4 in.

Beacon, New York was gentrifying rapidly the year I lived there and established my first studio out of college. A call to respond to the city of Beacon was put forth by the Beacon Art Salon. A glass window pulled from a dumpster served as the mold for these paper impressions, which look at gentrification in the Hudson Valley and beyond, the growth and decay of urban spaces and the hidden impact of change, progress & development on local families and communities.

Note: This piece was unfortunately destroyed during a studio move.