Drifting Ruins


Drifting Ruins was an installation of works uncovering abstract landscapes of human relics and detritus. When viewed from multiple angles and illuminated by obscured light, a physical depth is exposed between glowing layers of suspended silk. The silk’s drifting sway mimics change and movement in time. The glow emulates a lifeform still present, urging viewers to explore the layers and discover what is left.

Are we looking through a portal to the past, future, or another place entirely?

Drifting Ruins was installed for two months at Ramon’s Tailor Gallery in San Francisco. Opening reception was January 26th, 2019.