Ecological issues are at the core of Deanna Pindell's work. Creating meditative and meaningful spaces infused with poetic metaphors, she integrates science, social culture, ecology, and history into environmental installations. Responding to the land and history of the location, her installations have remedial qualities that contribute to the revitalization of forest habitats and water quality. During her residency, Pindell will develop a system of rock formations and a settling pond to capture urban runoff and pollutants at Trinity Episcopal School. Pindell recently completed a Manual and Manifesto for Artist-Initiated Remediation Projects and has exhibited her work and public installations nationally including Fort Worden State Park and the Whatcom Museum of Art.
Residency Type Environmental Alumni Artist-in-Residence
Currently Based Port Hadlock, WA
Residency Dates Apr 2 — Jun 22 2012