Art making is always a strategy for materializing knowledge, a way of constructing meaning from the world. My recent works speak to the tangled web of relations—aesthetic, ecologic, and material—that define the period in human/geologic history now known as the Anthropocene. The images and objects assembled here frame the fantasy, nostalgia and denial that characterize this precarious, human-driven, relationship to the planet and its inhabitants.  As the industrial and commercial domination of the world grows ever more robust, human agents trigger the collapse of familiar categories, landscapes and frameworks. We catapult and hurl; the immiscible edges of everything loosen.