• Locator Map

    Using graphite, I hand drew Nebraska—every town, city, railroad, park, river, lake and creek—to scale (1”= 2.75mi) on 12” squares of Tyvek which I sewed together. The 95 section numbers are hand-embroidered in Braille.

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  • Terrain Squares

    These 24” quilted relief forms show the physical terrain at a larger scale (1” = 596’). Rivers, lakes and creeks are stitched in blue. The reverse side has a hand-stenciled fragment of a graphic of Nebraska grasses.

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  • Ground Cloths

    These textile constructions respond to specific locations in Nebraska and document what is unseen, invisible, remembered or imagined, using hand and machine stitching and surface design techniques.

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  • Surveys

    I am traveling to each of the 95 sections of Nebraska on state highways and back roads (5000 miles to date) recording with digital images and video what I see and sense.

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