Artwork in reverse chronological order

The Waribashi Project San Francisco

Environmental art project involving the collection of thousands of used chopsticks in San Francisco's Japantown.

Crank Therapy

This is a business project which provides "health services" - interactive sculpture as medicine. Also see the upcoming Art Health Fairs at the Oakland Museum.

Teaching/Student & Community Projects



Work from the Dump

Featuring work from the residency at the Sanitary Fill Company, the San Francisco Dump, 2001.


The Waribashi* Project

Sculpture, installation, and community art project
Tokyo, Japan, 1999.

*waribashi = disposable wooden chopsticks


Help series whirligigs

Kinetic sculpture and installation, 1999, 2000.


Los Angeles Riot series

Kinetic sculpture and installation, 1997

Inspired by the Rebellion/Riots of 1992 and the community response to the "Not guilty" verdict in the case involving the LAPD and the beating of Black motorist Rodney King.


Site-specific sculpture



Early works

Selected highlights


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