The installation/performance, Parallax, developed as an inquiry into both the interior architectural space at the Headlands Center for the Arts and the groves of Cypress and Eucalyptus trees in the surrounding area. The linearity of these trees, which were planted architecturally by the US Army as windbreaks and camouflage, suggestsan affinity with the rows of columns that dominate the interior spaces of the former military base..
Parallax is an examination of perceived depth between ourselves, body to body and the landscape, horizon to horizon. Line to line. Plane to plane. Edges of proximity. These are lattice patterns of convergences and associations, sympathy and divergent vectors that we find ourselves immersed within. Inside and outside meet in a forest of columns, an arborial palace.