Pacific Urchin Prints


This ephemeral installation took place near Davenport California at a very low tide in order to have access to where the urchins live. Pulling my wetsuit on and wading into the shallow waters, fragile work in hand, I carefully placed my porcelain urchins into holes in the mudstone rocks. The holes had actually been formed by the urchins themselves, who bite away at the rock with their teeth and slowly sculpt their protected home around them. Keeping an eye on the waves and steading myself against the rocks, I photographed these pieces in the place where I’d initially been inspired to make them. 

Images are printed on metal and have a float mount on the backs, they are available individually or a diptych.

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