Tarnished Nature Erasable Art 2015-19

Paintings in acrylic and chalk, about five ecological problems of the Hudson River, were presented in a public interaction at the Lumberyard, Catskill NY. This series was originated in 2015 with works about the Tequendama Falls in Colombia.

The public was invited to erase and redraw the images during performances. These actions were meant to evidence the problems and impact of climate change in nature. The act of redrawing would equal that of restoring. The viewer is acting, the artist is present, observing. The works question the authorship of the work and comment on change and chance.