This winter I participated in a show at Joymore Gallery in Brooklyn. In the backyard, I constructed a gazebo with walls made of ice. Frozen into the ice were five sculptures, each representing a place where I spent one of the coldest nights of my life. Inside the gallery were drawings, almost like comic books, that told stories of the five nights. View one of the books here.
The Museum of the Five Coldest Nights of My Life (detail), January 2005
Wood, Ice, Various assemblage
9' H x 8' W x 8' L