video length 18:48; installation dimensions variable
video projection, wood, carpet, fog machines
"On A Clear Day You Can See Forever" documents Forever, a temporary public sculpture that was installed on an island in Maine in the summer of 2016. The video, which was filmed in real time, captures the sculpture slowly appearing out of a dense grey fog. The gradual evaporation of the fog is coupled with the meditative sounds of crashing ocean waves and distant fog horns. Viewers are invited to sit and watch the video from atop a small, carpeted hill that is surrounded by low-lying fog.
This work is also available as a 24"x36" lenticular print mounted to aluminum Dibond (edition of 6).