These rockfall sculptures are readable geological formations. Each is composed of 26 paper stones, one for each letter of the alphabet, multiplied hundreds of times in various colors and sizes. Stilled and silent, they tumble through space embued with an almost knowable message.
These works are screen prints on handmade paper. Each stone was then cut by hand and assembled into their current state. The paper for this series was made at Dieu Donne Papermill in New York in 2010 with the assistance of master papermaker Steve Orlando. My time at Dieu Donne was funded by the University of Kansas General Research Fund