“Exchange”, New Albany IN Public Art 2015, “Today and Tomorrow” series. Salvaged lumber, 12’h x 16’w x 8’d


Front porches are largely gone from contemporary homes; they represent an era of real-world physical communities, before air conditioning, TV and computers led people to relax indoors. This porch is split into two different halves that don’t completely align, because although we may not see eye to eye with everyone we meet, it’s still possible to have civil conversation and learn about different points of view.