Roebling Hall, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY, 2001

This series of enamel on padded vinyl paintings blurs the boundaries between the local and the global, the natural and the artificial, the real and the imaginary. Taking as a starting point a set of snap shots I took of an empty theme park outside of Madras, India, I recreated the theme park (a Western transplant to the East) inside the art gallery rearranging the visual “facts” of this slightly unreal, domesticated tropical environment into a new, still fragmented, painted whole.