Approaching Breezewood
Looped audio recording. (duration: about 8 minutes)
While on residency at the Mattress Factory in Pittsburgh, I made a trip across Pennsylvania to try to find some of the locations used in the movie adaptation of Cormac McCarthy's book The Road. I didn't find the tunnel through the mountains I was looking for, but I did encounter the strange space of the town of Breezewood, PA. Later in the year, I made a return trip and as I approached Breezewood, I began to read aloud any text I could see, as I saw it.

Approaching Breezewood was included in the group show 'HaVE A LoOk! HAve a Look!', FromContent, London, UK.
(7 May—11 July 2010).
The recording, which was 'broadcast' on-line the first weekend of the show, is still available on the FormContent website

My participation in 'HaVE A LoOk! HAve a Look!' was co-curated by Chris Fite-Wassilak and Kate McLarnon.

Approaching Breezewood was included in Harboring tone and place at CCS Bard Galleries, Bard University, USA,
from March 27th to April 17th, 2011.
The show was curated by Clark Solack.

Approaching Breezewood was also included in The Driver and the Passenger, a solo show at Green On Red from 6th Oct to 6th Nov 2010.
Image courtesy CCS Bard Galleries.