The process of de-installing Sandeater was a surprise. When pulling out the supports for the paper forms the thick layers of multi-colored sand created shifting sand dunes of color, reminiscent of the painted desert of Arizona and sandstone formations of southern Utah. I realized that there was more possibilities to this work. I could print layers of sand, disrupt them, and then print on top of them, and disrupt again. I could use screenprinting to create intricate landscapes, landscapes based on my body, merging the personal with the geologic.