No Time for Living, 2001:

NSCAD BFA graduating exhibition, a multi-media installation and performance using the gallery as a work/living space for the duration of the exhibition. Presented Polaroids, slide projections, intermittent super-eight projections, and audio snippets, all recorded during a six-month sojourn throughout Eastern US. I performed by "working" in the space (gallery as studio) A/V media become sculptural objects, and my car parked outside was part of the work, connected via live surveillance camera, visitors were encouraged to go out and get inside to experience audio, written narrative and mapping. The recorded material is later used for Vacation Art Vacation in 2007.