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Untitled (Head - Left)
map, paper, glue
10" x 10"
2008
Untitled (Head - Right)
map, paper, glue
10" x 10"
2008
Untitled (Heads)
map, paper, glue
10" x 10"
2008
Untitled (Hands)
map, paper, glue
10" x 10"
2008
Untitled (Heart)
map, paper, glue
10" x 10"
2008
Transplant
map, paper, glue
8" X 10"
2008
Untitled (Head)
map, paper, glue
12" x 12"
2008
Untitled (Networks)
map on paper
10" x 10"
2009
Untitled (Topo)
map on paper
10" x 10"
2009
Untitled (Vents)
map on paper
10" x 10"
2009
Untitled (Migration)
map on paper
10" x 10"
2009
Untitled (Burst)
map on paper
10" x 10"
2009

Maps depicting mountain ranges, roads, lakes and rivers resemble internal biological features, reproductive anatomy, skeletal structures and networks of the human body.

Symbols of cities become acupuncture points, and meridian lines, like rivers, represent an internal system of communication and transport.