Crawl Space. Installed in the exhibition 'Reconstruction', the first show at Exit Art's new space on 10th Avenue in NYC. This piece was made using the same kind of basic foundation construction as that used for the foundation of our house at 639 River Bend Road. The interior contains dirt from the property.
Here is an interior view of 'Crawlspace' installed at Exit Art in NYC in 2003.
My dog Little Girl accompanied Duben and me on our mission to get [steal] some dirt from 639 River Bend Road. There was a full moon. I made this photograph to commemorate our action.
The text reads: 'Little Girl, Duben, and me getting dirt at 639 River Bend Road under a full moon. December 2001'.
This image shows some of the dirt that we had bagged.
Untitled, date to come. Mild steel, Lexan, stainless steel casters with polyethelin wheel coatings, red Virginia clay and a little topsoil from
639 River Bend Road, Great Falls, VA. 68 x 25 x 33 inches.
The picture includes a small version of the photograph 'Linen Closet Door' at left and at right the kitchen table from 639 River Bend Road. I stole dirt on several occasions from the property.
View of containers of dirt from 639 River Bend Road in my storage space at Manhattan Mini Storage in New York City, 2009. It is all now back in Virginia.