Return to the Phantomland

RTTP discusses the roles that geography, ecology, and personal history play in the experience of returning home. The need to belong often clashes with the stronger need to retain our otherness, when we move from place to place. Home transforms with the distance of memories, the sound of place and the sight of landscape.

The installation consists of multichannel video, crt tv, 5 graphite illustrations, a bridle and a series of docuemtnary videos. Dimensions may vary. 2018.
UNA Gallery, Portland OR