cipro 400 iv
A book documenting the installation “Drip: The Music of Water in New Orleans.”
Inside the levee protection system, seasonal fluctuations of the Mississippi River’s water level are a mystery.
An installation for New Water Music, a public performance of composer Yotam Haber’s music by the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra with New Orleans Airlift to raise awareness of coastal land loss.
This sequence of monoprints and drawings is sited at the edge. Rising tides erode, sediment builds, waves erase, man-made walls resist, moving water cuts channels, pooling water infiltrates.
Row after row of files are stacked to the ceiling. A faint chemical smell permeates the gleaming white space. Fluorescent lights buzz overhead. A drawer slides open, and the room comes to life.
Located inside New Haven’s enormous Goffe Street Armory, this site specific installation seeks to render a vast interior space measurable without detracting from its sublime mystery.
John is an architect and artist in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Drip reveals the mystery of water in New Orleans slowly, through just one sense: the sound of water.
A field of filaments, glowing and swaying.
Sukkah City StL competition winner, built on the campus of Washington University.
A children’s playhouse auctioned for the New Orleans Museum of Art’s centennial celebration. In collaboration with Andy Sternad and Kenner Carmody.