Meat Horizon, a large-scale wall-collage installation of kaleidoscopic photo-collages made of images of meat, flowers, forests and more that consider the relationship between nature and culture, beauty and disgust. While at Camargo I photographed a variety of meats (raw beef, lamb and rabbit) and a variety of flowers. I have used meat as an image for many years – animal and meat existing in a space between, or embodying both, nature and culture. Meat is body and food, macho with a history in feminist art. By arranging fragments of my photographs, reflecting the arrangement in a mirror, then re-photographing the arrangement with its reflection, I created Rorschach-like photo-collages. These discrete shaped collage pieces, which are adhered directly to the wall, filled the Pierrefoid studio. The installation will continue to expand and be exhibited at the Holter Museum of Contemporary Art, Helena, MT in 2012. Iterations of the piece will also be exhibited at Artspace New Haven, CT and Clarion University, PA. I also worked on a portfolio of prints that will accompany Meat Horizon and continued work on an on-going series of fantastic landscape painting/collage works on paper.