Structure A Structures B and C        

Structures, 2008-present

Structures B and C, 2008

Various Newfoundland woods.

Structures B and C take cut shrubs and trees, the byproducts of local Newfoundland roadwork and trail maintenance, and re-assemble them into an unstable geometric form inspired by local yard fences and vernacular structures.

Photo Credits: Mark Prier

Image 1 of 'Structures B and C' Image 2 of 'Structures B and C' Image 3 of 'Structures B and C' Image 4 of 'Structures B and C' Image 1 of 'Structure B' Image 2 of 'Structure B'
Image 3 of 'Structure B' Image 1 of 'Structure C' Image 2 of 'Structure C' Image 3 of 'Structure C' Image 4 of 'Structure C' Image 5 of 'Structure A'
Image 6 of 'Structure C' Image 7 of 'Structure C'        

The Structure series explores the vernacular of improvised architecture using locally available materials, such as brush and timber cut during road, trail, and farm maintenance.