"Host" and "Connectivity: Technology and the Natural World" are examples of recent work with Tom Giblin. The formation of a observational station in both installations puts the viewer above and beyond the layer of obscuring panels and the lower map-like grid of a diminutive landscape.
In addition, five layered "visual poems" are presented in each installation. Each presents reflections of our relationship to the natural world ("search", "reflect" etc) All are layered in a way that adds dimension as there are two LCD panels over each other, moving with varied images. In Connectivity, there is are additional pyramidic pieces of both acrylic and wood invite the viewer to peer inside.