Lake Meadmaids (2014)

Lake Mead, formed by the Hoover Dam, demarcates the state boundaries of Arizona and Nevada, as well as a time zone change between Pacific and Mountain Time. A combination of chronic drought and resource management bungles in the Southwest have recently displaced the lake’s local Meadmaid population to surrounding urban areas. Many find refuge in the hot and dry streets of Los Angeles where legs and lungs are worn in replicant mimicry. They wash their hairs in the melted snow which runs out of their faucets… The Lake Meadmaids had never thought about what unmelted snow looked like…

Installation of Story on an Ocean Floor Border, The Lime, 2015

 

 

Installation of Story on an Ocean Floor Border, The Lime, 2015