Handmade artifacts collected from the children and grandchildren of the late Barbara Crocket Cox (McDonald) displayed in a gallery setting (Contemporary Calgary). Most of the artifacts are made from kits and patterns that would no longer be in existence and are a record of the culture and handiwork of Barbara's time. All of the items are a record of family lineage and carry deeply personal histories while shown in the context of a public setting.
Ropes made from worn out clothing shared from others in an attempt to make connections to the lived experience.
Gus was a temporary installation of the Tide Gallery dryer in the basement level of the Alberta College of Art and Design. These photographs illustrate Gus' new look that was created as part of the collaborative efforts of the artist with participants at the event Façonnable.
Up-holster was a temporary installation of a patchwork wrap for an industrial sink in the Sculpture studio of the Alberta College of Art and Design. The slow act of hand-sewing allowed for the artist to engage with this purposeful art object while also communicating with other artists while they used the sink as part of their own art practices.