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Don't worry. I am a scientist.

Don't worry. I am a scientist.

For about a year and a half I had a studio in the former Physics department of Sterling Hall on the UW-Madison campus. I spent a good amount of time wandering around this semi-abandoned building, collecting interesting remnants and objects and taking pictures. The building can be a little eerie at night and melancholy during the day, especially given it's violent history, so I felt a little like a ghost.

Since I once considered being a physicist, my artwork was, not surprisingly, influenced by these surroundings. Regardless of what subject was studied there, the building itself was visually fascinating. The older part of the building was built in 1915 and retained great old architectural details and fixtures. The newer part of the building, where our studios were, was built in 1955 and was funded by the Army to house the eventually controversial Army Math Research Center, while allowing space for Physics and Astronomy. It had that once-cutting-edge institutional architecture that makes you want to wear horn-rimmed glasses at your metal desk.

Don't worry. I am a scientist. is the culmination of my wanderings and a love letter to Sterling Hall. It occupies one of my favorite empty labs, and aside from printing ink and a few fasteners, the installation is made entirely from objects and materials I found discarded in the building.

2008

Also: The Abandoned Chairs of Sterling Hall

 

Don't worry. I am a scientist.

Don't worry. I am a scientist.

For about a year and a half I had a studio in the former Physics department of Sterling Hall on the UW-Madison campus. I spent a good amount of time wandering around this semi-abandoned building, collecting interesting remnants and objects and taking pictures. The building can be a little eerie at night and melancholy during the day, especially given it's violent history, so I felt a little like a ghost.

Since I once considered being a physicist, my artwork was, not surprisingly, influenced by these surroundings. Regardless of what subject was studied there, the building itself was visually fascinating. The older part of the building was built in 1915 and retained great old architectural details and fixtures. The newer part of the building, where our studios were, was built in 1955 and was funded by the Army to house the eventually controversial Army Math Research Center, while allowing space for Physics and Astronomy. It had that once-cutting-edge institutional architecture that makes you want to wear horn-rimmed glasses at your metal desk.

Don't worry. I am a scientist. is the culmination of my wanderings and a love letter to Sterling Hall. It occupies one of my favorite empty labs, and aside from printing ink and a few fasteners, the installation is made entirely from objects and materials I found discarded in the building.

2008

Also: The Abandoned Chairs of Sterling Hall

 

Don't worry. I am a scientist.

Don't worry. I am a scientist.

For about a year and a half I had a studio in the former Physics department of Sterling Hall on the UW-Madison campus. I spent a good amount of time wandering around this semi-abandoned building, collecting interesting remnants and objects and taking pictures. The building can be a little eerie at night and melancholy during the day, especially given it's violent history, so I felt a little like a ghost.

Since I once considered being a physicist, my artwork was, not surprisingly, influenced by these surroundings. Regardless of what subject was studied there, the building itself was visually fascinating. The older part of the building was built in 1915 and retained great old architectural details and fixtures. The newer part of the building, where our studios were, was built in 1955 and was funded by the Army to house the eventually controversial Army Math Research Center, while allowing space for Physics and Astronomy. It had that once-cutting-edge institutional architecture that makes you want to wear horn-rimmed glasses at your metal desk.

Don't worry. I am a scientist. is the culmination of my wanderings and a love letter to Sterling Hall. It occupies one of my favorite empty labs, and aside from printing ink and a few fasteners, the installation is made entirely from objects and materials I found discarded in the building.

2008

Also: The Abandoned Chairs of Sterling Hall

 

Don't worry. I am a scientist.

Don't worry. I am a scientist.

For about a year and a half I had a studio in the former Physics department of Sterling Hall on the UW-Madison campus. I spent a good amount of time wandering around this semi-abandoned building, collecting interesting remnants and objects and taking pictures. The building can be a little eerie at night and melancholy during the day, especially given it's violent history, so I felt a little like a ghost.

Since I once considered being a physicist, my artwork was, not surprisingly, influenced by these surroundings. Regardless of what subject was studied there, the building itself was visually fascinating. The older part of the building was built in 1915 and retained great old architectural details and fixtures. The newer part of the building, where our studios were, was built in 1955 and was funded by the Army to house the eventually controversial Army Math Research Center, while allowing space for Physics and Astronomy. It had that once-cutting-edge institutional architecture that makes you want to wear horn-rimmed glasses at your metal desk.

Don't worry. I am a scientist. is the culmination of my wanderings and a love letter to Sterling Hall. It occupies one of my favorite empty labs, and aside from printing ink and a few fasteners, the installation is made entirely from objects and materials I found discarded in the building.

2008

Also: The Abandoned Chairs of Sterling Hall

 

Don't worry. I am a scientist.

Don't worry. I am a scientist.

For about a year and a half I had a studio in the former Physics department of Sterling Hall on the UW-Madison campus. I spent a good amount of time wandering around this semi-abandoned building, collecting interesting remnants and objects and taking pictures. The building can be a little eerie at night and melancholy during the day, especially given it's violent history, so I felt a little like a ghost.

Since I once considered being a physicist, my artwork was, not surprisingly, influenced by these surroundings. Regardless of what subject was studied there, the building itself was visually fascinating. The older part of the building was built in 1915 and retained great old architectural details and fixtures. The newer part of the building, where our studios were, was built in 1955 and was funded by the Army to house the eventually controversial Army Math Research Center, while allowing space for Physics and Astronomy. It had that once-cutting-edge institutional architecture that makes you want to wear horn-rimmed glasses at your metal desk.

Don't worry. I am a scientist. is the culmination of my wanderings and a love letter to Sterling Hall. It occupies one of my favorite empty labs, and aside from printing ink and a few fasteners, the installation is made entirely from objects and materials I found discarded in the building.

2008

Also: The Abandoned Chairs of Sterling Hall

 

Don't worry. I am a scientist.

Don't worry. I am a scientist.

For about a year and a half I had a studio in the former Physics department of Sterling Hall on the UW-Madison campus. I spent a good amount of time wandering around this semi-abandoned building, collecting interesting remnants and objects and taking pictures. The building can be a little eerie at night and melancholy during the day, especially given it's violent history, so I felt a little like a ghost.

Since I once considered being a physicist, my artwork was, not surprisingly, influenced by these surroundings. Regardless of what subject was studied there, the building itself was visually fascinating. The older part of the building was built in 1915 and retained great old architectural details and fixtures. The newer part of the building, where our studios were, was built in 1955 and was funded by the Army to house the eventually controversial Army Math Research Center, while allowing space for Physics and Astronomy. It had that once-cutting-edge institutional architecture that makes you want to wear horn-rimmed glasses at your metal desk.

Don't worry. I am a scientist. is the culmination of my wanderings and a love letter to Sterling Hall. It occupies one of my favorite empty labs, and aside from printing ink and a few fasteners, the installation is made entirely from objects and materials I found discarded in the building.

2008

Also: The Abandoned Chairs of Sterling Hall

 

Don't worry. I am a scientist.

Don't worry. I am a scientist.

For about a year and a half I had a studio in the former Physics department of Sterling Hall on the UW-Madison campus. I spent a good amount of time wandering around this semi-abandoned building, collecting interesting remnants and objects and taking pictures. The building can be a little eerie at night and melancholy during the day, especially given it's violent history, so I felt a little like a ghost.

Since I once considered being a physicist, my artwork was, not surprisingly, influenced by these surroundings. Regardless of what subject was studied there, the building itself was visually fascinating. The older part of the building was built in 1915 and retained great old architectural details and fixtures. The newer part of the building, where our studios were, was built in 1955 and was funded by the Army to house the eventually controversial Army Math Research Center, while allowing space for Physics and Astronomy. It had that once-cutting-edge institutional architecture that makes you want to wear horn-rimmed glasses at your metal desk.

Don't worry. I am a scientist. is the culmination of my wanderings and a love letter to Sterling Hall. It occupies one of my favorite empty labs, and aside from printing ink and a few fasteners, the installation is made entirely from objects and materials I found discarded in the building.

2008

Also: The Abandoned Chairs of Sterling Hall

 

Don't worry. I am a scientist.

Don't worry. I am a scientist.

For about a year and a half I had a studio in the former Physics department of Sterling Hall on the UW-Madison campus. I spent a good amount of time wandering around this semi-abandoned building, collecting interesting remnants and objects and taking pictures. The building can be a little eerie at night and melancholy during the day, especially given it's violent history, so I felt a little like a ghost.

Since I once considered being a physicist, my artwork was, not surprisingly, influenced by these surroundings. Regardless of what subject was studied there, the building itself was visually fascinating. The older part of the building was built in 1915 and retained great old architectural details and fixtures. The newer part of the building, where our studios were, was built in 1955 and was funded by the Army to house the eventually controversial Army Math Research Center, while allowing space for Physics and Astronomy. It had that once-cutting-edge institutional architecture that makes you want to wear horn-rimmed glasses at your metal desk.

Don't worry. I am a scientist. is the culmination of my wanderings and a love letter to Sterling Hall. It occupies one of my favorite empty labs, and aside from printing ink and a few fasteners, the installation is made entirely from objects and materials I found discarded in the building.

2008

Also: The Abandoned Chairs of Sterling Hall

 

Don't worry. I am a scientist.

Don't worry. I am a scientist.

For about a year and a half I had a studio in the former Physics department of Sterling Hall on the UW-Madison campus. I spent a good amount of time wandering around this semi-abandoned building, collecting interesting remnants and objects and taking pictures. The building can be a little eerie at night and melancholy during the day, especially given it's violent history, so I felt a little like a ghost.

Since I once considered being a physicist, my artwork was, not surprisingly, influenced by these surroundings. Regardless of what subject was studied there, the building itself was visually fascinating. The older part of the building was built in 1915 and retained great old architectural details and fixtures. The newer part of the building, where our studios were, was built in 1955 and was funded by the Army to house the eventually controversial Army Math Research Center, while allowing space for Physics and Astronomy. It had that once-cutting-edge institutional architecture that makes you want to wear horn-rimmed glasses at your metal desk.

Don't worry. I am a scientist. is the culmination of my wanderings and a love letter to Sterling Hall. It occupies one of my favorite empty labs, and aside from printing ink and a few fasteners, the installation is made entirely from objects and materials I found discarded in the building.

2008

Also: The Abandoned Chairs of Sterling Hall

 

Don't worry. I am a scientist.

Don't worry. I am a scientist.

For about a year and a half I had a studio in the former Physics department of Sterling Hall on the UW-Madison campus. I spent a good amount of time wandering around this semi-abandoned building, collecting interesting remnants and objects and taking pictures. The building can be a little eerie at night and melancholy during the day, especially given it's violent history, so I felt a little like a ghost.

Since I once considered being a physicist, my artwork was, not surprisingly, influenced by these surroundings. Regardless of what subject was studied there, the building itself was visually fascinating. The older part of the building was built in 1915 and retained great old architectural details and fixtures. The newer part of the building, where our studios were, was built in 1955 and was funded by the Army to house the eventually controversial Army Math Research Center, while allowing space for Physics and Astronomy. It had that once-cutting-edge institutional architecture that makes you want to wear horn-rimmed glasses at your metal desk.

Don't worry. I am a scientist. is the culmination of my wanderings and a love letter to Sterling Hall. It occupies one of my favorite empty labs, and aside from printing ink and a few fasteners, the installation is made entirely from objects and materials I found discarded in the building.

2008

Also: The Abandoned Chairs of Sterling Hall

 

Don't worry. I am a scientist.

Don't worry. I am a scientist.

For about a year and a half I had a studio in the former Physics department of Sterling Hall on the UW-Madison campus. I spent a good amount of time wandering around this semi-abandoned building, collecting interesting remnants and objects and taking pictures. The building can be a little eerie at night and melancholy during the day, especially given it's violent history, so I felt a little like a ghost.

Since I once considered being a physicist, my artwork was, not surprisingly, influenced by these surroundings. Regardless of what subject was studied there, the building itself was visually fascinating. The older part of the building was built in 1915 and retained great old architectural details and fixtures. The newer part of the building, where our studios were, was built in 1955 and was funded by the Army to house the eventually controversial Army Math Research Center, while allowing space for Physics and Astronomy. It had that once-cutting-edge institutional architecture that makes you want to wear horn-rimmed glasses at your metal desk.

Don't worry. I am a scientist. is the culmination of my wanderings and a love letter to Sterling Hall. It occupies one of my favorite empty labs, and aside from printing ink and a few fasteners, the installation is made entirely from objects and materials I found discarded in the building.

2008

Also: The Abandoned Chairs of Sterling Hall

 

Don't worry. I am a scientist.

Don't worry. I am a scientist.

For about a year and a half I had a studio in the former Physics department of Sterling Hall on the UW-Madison campus. I spent a good amount of time wandering around this semi-abandoned building, collecting interesting remnants and objects and taking pictures. The building can be a little eerie at night and melancholy during the day, especially given it's violent history, so I felt a little like a ghost.

Since I once considered being a physicist, my artwork was, not surprisingly, influenced by these surroundings. Regardless of what subject was studied there, the building itself was visually fascinating. The older part of the building was built in 1915 and retained great old architectural details and fixtures. The newer part of the building, where our studios were, was built in 1955 and was funded by the Army to house the eventually controversial Army Math Research Center, while allowing space for Physics and Astronomy. It had that once-cutting-edge institutional architecture that makes you want to wear horn-rimmed glasses at your metal desk.

Don't worry. I am a scientist. is the culmination of my wanderings and a love letter to Sterling Hall. It occupies one of my favorite empty labs, and aside from printing ink and a few fasteners, the installation is made entirely from objects and materials I found discarded in the building.

2008

Also: The Abandoned Chairs of Sterling Hall

 

Don't worry. I am a scientist.

Don't worry. I am a scientist.

For about a year and a half I had a studio in the former Physics department of Sterling Hall on the UW-Madison campus. I spent a good amount of time wandering around this semi-abandoned building, collecting interesting remnants and objects and taking pictures. The building can be a little eerie at night and melancholy during the day, especially given it's violent history, so I felt a little like a ghost.

Since I once considered being a physicist, my artwork was, not surprisingly, influenced by these surroundings. Regardless of what subject was studied there, the building itself was visually fascinating. The older part of the building was built in 1915 and retained great old architectural details and fixtures. The newer part of the building, where our studios were, was built in 1955 and was funded by the Army to house the eventually controversial Army Math Research Center, while allowing space for Physics and Astronomy. It had that once-cutting-edge institutional architecture that makes you want to wear horn-rimmed glasses at your metal desk.

Don't worry. I am a scientist. is the culmination of my wanderings and a love letter to Sterling Hall. It occupies one of my favorite empty labs, and aside from printing ink and a few fasteners, the installation is made entirely from objects and materials I found discarded in the building.

2008

Also: The Abandoned Chairs of Sterling Hall

 

Don't worry. I am a scientist.

Don't worry. I am a scientist.

For about a year and a half I had a studio in the former Physics department of Sterling Hall on the UW-Madison campus. I spent a good amount of time wandering around this semi-abandoned building, collecting interesting remnants and objects and taking pictures. The building can be a little eerie at night and melancholy during the day, especially given it's violent history, so I felt a little like a ghost.

Since I once considered being a physicist, my artwork was, not surprisingly, influenced by these surroundings. Regardless of what subject was studied there, the building itself was visually fascinating. The older part of the building was built in 1915 and retained great old architectural details and fixtures. The newer part of the building, where our studios were, was built in 1955 and was funded by the Army to house the eventually controversial Army Math Research Center, while allowing space for Physics and Astronomy. It had that once-cutting-edge institutional architecture that makes you want to wear horn-rimmed glasses at your metal desk.

Don't worry. I am a scientist. is the culmination of my wanderings and a love letter to Sterling Hall. It occupies one of my favorite empty labs, and aside from printing ink and a few fasteners, the installation is made entirely from objects and materials I found discarded in the building.

2008

Also: The Abandoned Chairs of Sterling Hall

 

Don't worry. I am a scientist.

Don't worry. I am a scientist.

For about a year and a half I had a studio in the former Physics department of Sterling Hall on the UW-Madison campus. I spent a good amount of time wandering around this semi-abandoned building, collecting interesting remnants and objects and taking pictures. The building can be a little eerie at night and melancholy during the day, especially given it's violent history, so I felt a little like a ghost.

Since I once considered being a physicist, my artwork was, not surprisingly, influenced by these surroundings. Regardless of what subject was studied there, the building itself was visually fascinating. The older part of the building was built in 1915 and retained great old architectural details and fixtures. The newer part of the building, where our studios were, was built in 1955 and was funded by the Army to house the eventually controversial Army Math Research Center, while allowing space for Physics and Astronomy. It had that once-cutting-edge institutional architecture that makes you want to wear horn-rimmed glasses at your metal desk.

Don't worry. I am a scientist. is the culmination of my wanderings and a love letter to Sterling Hall. It occupies one of my favorite empty labs, and aside from printing ink and a few fasteners, the installation is made entirely from objects and materials I found discarded in the building.

2008

Also: The Abandoned Chairs of Sterling Hall

 

Don't worry. I am a scientist.

Don't worry. I am a scientist.

For about a year and a half I had a studio in the former Physics department of Sterling Hall on the UW-Madison campus. I spent a good amount of time wandering around this semi-abandoned building, collecting interesting remnants and objects and taking pictures. The building can be a little eerie at night and melancholy during the day, especially given it's violent history, so I felt a little like a ghost.

Since I once considered being a physicist, my artwork was, not surprisingly, influenced by these surroundings. Regardless of what subject was studied there, the building itself was visually fascinating. The older part of the building was built in 1915 and retained great old architectural details and fixtures. The newer part of the building, where our studios were, was built in 1955 and was funded by the Army to house the eventually controversial Army Math Research Center, while allowing space for Physics and Astronomy. It had that once-cutting-edge institutional architecture that makes you want to wear horn-rimmed glasses at your metal desk.

Don't worry. I am a scientist. is the culmination of my wanderings and a love letter to Sterling Hall. It occupies one of my favorite empty labs, and aside from printing ink and a few fasteners, the installation is made entirely from objects and materials I found discarded in the building.

2008

Also: The Abandoned Chairs of Sterling Hall

 

Don't worry. I am a scientist.

Don't worry. I am a scientist.

For about a year and a half I had a studio in the former Physics department of Sterling Hall on the UW-Madison campus. I spent a good amount of time wandering around this semi-abandoned building, collecting interesting remnants and objects and taking pictures. The building can be a little eerie at night and melancholy during the day, especially given it's violent history, so I felt a little like a ghost.

Since I once considered being a physicist, my artwork was, not surprisingly, influenced by these surroundings. Regardless of what subject was studied there, the building itself was visually fascinating. The older part of the building was built in 1915 and retained great old architectural details and fixtures. The newer part of the building, where our studios were, was built in 1955 and was funded by the Army to house the eventually controversial Army Math Research Center, while allowing space for Physics and Astronomy. It had that once-cutting-edge institutional architecture that makes you want to wear horn-rimmed glasses at your metal desk.

Don't worry. I am a scientist. is the culmination of my wanderings and a love letter to Sterling Hall. It occupies one of my favorite empty labs, and aside from printing ink and a few fasteners, the installation is made entirely from objects and materials I found discarded in the building.

2008

Also: The Abandoned Chairs of Sterling Hall

 

Don't worry. I am a scientist.

Don't worry. I am a scientist.

For about a year and a half I had a studio in the former Physics department of Sterling Hall on the UW-Madison campus. I spent a good amount of time wandering around this semi-abandoned building, collecting interesting remnants and objects and taking pictures. The building can be a little eerie at night and melancholy during the day, especially given it's violent history, so I felt a little like a ghost.

Since I once considered being a physicist, my artwork was, not surprisingly, influenced by these surroundings. Regardless of what subject was studied there, the building itself was visually fascinating. The older part of the building was built in 1915 and retained great old architectural details and fixtures. The newer part of the building, where our studios were, was built in 1955 and was funded by the Army to house the eventually controversial Army Math Research Center, while allowing space for Physics and Astronomy. It had that once-cutting-edge institutional architecture that makes you want to wear horn-rimmed glasses at your metal desk.

Don't worry. I am a scientist. is the culmination of my wanderings and a love letter to Sterling Hall. It occupies one of my favorite empty labs, and aside from printing ink and a few fasteners, the installation is made entirely from objects and materials I found discarded in the building.

2008

Also: The Abandoned Chairs of Sterling Hall

 

Don't worry. I am a scientist.

For about a year and a half I had a studio in the former Physics department of Sterling Hall on the UW-Madison campus. I spent a good amount of time wandering around this semi-abandoned building, collecting interesting remnants and objects and taking pictures. The building can be a little eerie at night and melancholy during the day, especially given it's violent history, so I felt a little like a ghost.

Since I once considered being a physicist, my artwork was, not surprisingly, influenced by these surroundings. Regardless of what subject was studied there, the building itself was visually fascinating. The older part of the building was built in 1915 and retained great old architectural details and fixtures. The newer part of the building, where our studios were, was built in 1955 and was funded by the Army to house the eventually controversial Army Math Research Center, while allowing space for Physics and Astronomy. It had that once-cutting-edge institutional architecture that makes you want to wear horn-rimmed glasses at your metal desk.

Don't worry. I am a scientist. is the culmination of my wanderings and a love letter to Sterling Hall. It occupies one of my favorite empty labs, and aside from printing ink and a few fasteners, the installation is made entirely from objects and materials I found discarded in the building.

2008

Also: The Abandoned Chairs of Sterling Hall

 

Don't worry. I am a scientist.

For about a year and a half I had a studio in the former Physics department of Sterling Hall on the UW-Madison campus. I spent a good amount of time wandering around this semi-abandoned building, collecting interesting remnants and objects and taking pictures. The building can be a little eerie at night and melancholy during the day, especially given it's violent history, so I felt a little like a ghost.

Since I once considered being a physicist, my artwork was, not surprisingly, influenced by these surroundings. Regardless of what subject was studied there, the building itself was visually fascinating. The older part of the building was built in 1915 and retained great old architectural details and fixtures. The newer part of the building, where our studios were, was built in 1955 and was funded by the Army to house the eventually controversial Army Math Research Center, while allowing space for Physics and Astronomy. It had that once-cutting-edge institutional architecture that makes you want to wear horn-rimmed glasses at your metal desk.

Don't worry. I am a scientist. is the culmination of my wanderings and a love letter to Sterling Hall. It occupies one of my favorite empty labs, and aside from printing ink and a few fasteners, the installation is made entirely from objects and materials I found discarded in the building.

2008

Also: The Abandoned Chairs of Sterling Hall

 

Don't worry. I am a scientist.

For about a year and a half I had a studio in the former Physics department of Sterling Hall on the UW-Madison campus. I spent a good amount of time wandering around this semi-abandoned building, collecting interesting remnants and objects and taking pictures. The building can be a little eerie at night and melancholy during the day, especially given it's violent history, so I felt a little like a ghost.

Since I once considered being a physicist, my artwork was, not surprisingly, influenced by these surroundings. Regardless of what subject was studied there, the building itself was visually fascinating. The older part of the building was built in 1915 and retained great old architectural details and fixtures. The newer part of the building, where our studios were, was built in 1955 and was funded by the Army to house the eventually controversial Army Math Research Center, while allowing space for Physics and Astronomy. It had that once-cutting-edge institutional architecture that makes you want to wear horn-rimmed glasses at your metal desk.

Don't worry. I am a scientist. is the culmination of my wanderings and a love letter to Sterling Hall. It occupies one of my favorite empty labs, and aside from printing ink and a few fasteners, the installation is made entirely from objects and materials I found discarded in the building.

2008

Also: The Abandoned Chairs of Sterling Hall

 

Don't worry. I am a scientist.

For about a year and a half I had a studio in the former Physics department of Sterling Hall on the UW-Madison campus. I spent a good amount of time wandering around this semi-abandoned building, collecting interesting remnants and objects and taking pictures. The building can be a little eerie at night and melancholy during the day, especially given it's violent history, so I felt a little like a ghost.

Since I once considered being a physicist, my artwork was, not surprisingly, influenced by these surroundings. Regardless of what subject was studied there, the building itself was visually fascinating. The older part of the building was built in 1915 and retained great old architectural details and fixtures. The newer part of the building, where our studios were, was built in 1955 and was funded by the Army to house the eventually controversial Army Math Research Center, while allowing space for Physics and Astronomy. It had that once-cutting-edge institutional architecture that makes you want to wear horn-rimmed glasses at your metal desk.

Don't worry. I am a scientist. is the culmination of my wanderings and a love letter to Sterling Hall. It occupies one of my favorite empty labs, and aside from printing ink and a few fasteners, the installation is made entirely from objects and materials I found discarded in the building.

2008

Also: The Abandoned Chairs of Sterling Hall

 

Don't worry. I am a scientist.

For about a year and a half I had a studio in the former Physics department of Sterling Hall on the UW-Madison campus. I spent a good amount of time wandering around this semi-abandoned building, collecting interesting remnants and objects and taking pictures. The building can be a little eerie at night and melancholy during the day, especially given it's violent history, so I felt a little like a ghost.

Since I once considered being a physicist, my artwork was, not surprisingly, influenced by these surroundings. Regardless of what subject was studied there, the building itself was visually fascinating. The older part of the building was built in 1915 and retained great old architectural details and fixtures. The newer part of the building, where our studios were, was built in 1955 and was funded by the Army to house the eventually controversial Army Math Research Center, while allowing space for Physics and Astronomy. It had that once-cutting-edge institutional architecture that makes you want to wear horn-rimmed glasses at your metal desk.

Don't worry. I am a scientist. is the culmination of my wanderings and a love letter to Sterling Hall. It occupies one of my favorite empty labs, and aside from printing ink and a few fasteners, the installation is made entirely from objects and materials I found discarded in the building.

2008

Also: The Abandoned Chairs of Sterling Hall

 

Don't worry. I am a scientist.

For about a year and a half I had a studio in the former Physics department of Sterling Hall on the UW-Madison campus. I spent a good amount of time wandering around this semi-abandoned building, collecting interesting remnants and objects and taking pictures. The building can be a little eerie at night and melancholy during the day, especially given it's violent history, so I felt a little like a ghost.

Since I once considered being a physicist, my artwork was, not surprisingly, influenced by these surroundings. Regardless of what subject was studied there, the building itself was visually fascinating. The older part of the building was built in 1915 and retained great old architectural details and fixtures. The newer part of the building, where our studios were, was built in 1955 and was funded by the Army to house the eventually controversial Army Math Research Center, while allowing space for Physics and Astronomy. It had that once-cutting-edge institutional architecture that makes you want to wear horn-rimmed glasses at your metal desk.

Don't worry. I am a scientist. is the culmination of my wanderings and a love letter to Sterling Hall. It occupies one of my favorite empty labs, and aside from printing ink and a few fasteners, the installation is made entirely from objects and materials I found discarded in the building.

2008

Also: The Abandoned Chairs of Sterling Hall

 

Don't worry. I am a scientist.

For about a year and a half I had a studio in the former Physics department of Sterling Hall on the UW-Madison campus. I spent a good amount of time wandering around this semi-abandoned building, collecting interesting remnants and objects and taking pictures. The building can be a little eerie at night and melancholy during the day, especially given it's violent history, so I felt a little like a ghost.

Since I once considered being a physicist, my artwork was, not surprisingly, influenced by these surroundings. Regardless of what subject was studied there, the building itself was visually fascinating. The older part of the building was built in 1915 and retained great old architectural details and fixtures. The newer part of the building, where our studios were, was built in 1955 and was funded by the Army to house the eventually controversial Army Math Research Center, while allowing space for Physics and Astronomy. It had that once-cutting-edge institutional architecture that makes you want to wear horn-rimmed glasses at your metal desk.

Don't worry. I am a scientist. is the culmination of my wanderings and a love letter to Sterling Hall. It occupies one of my favorite empty labs, and aside from printing ink and a few fasteners, the installation is made entirely from objects and materials I found discarded in the building.

2008

Also: The Abandoned Chairs of Sterling Hall

 

Don't worry. I am a scientist.

For about a year and a half I had a studio in the former Physics department of Sterling Hall on the UW-Madison campus. I spent a good amount of time wandering around this semi-abandoned building, collecting interesting remnants and objects and taking pictures. The building can be a little eerie at night and melancholy during the day, especially given it's violent history, so I felt a little like a ghost.

Since I once considered being a physicist, my artwork was, not surprisingly, influenced by these surroundings. Regardless of what subject was studied there, the building itself was visually fascinating. The older part of the building was built in 1915 and retained great old architectural details and fixtures. The newer part of the building, where our studios were, was built in 1955 and was funded by the Army to house the eventually controversial Army Math Research Center, while allowing space for Physics and Astronomy. It had that once-cutting-edge institutional architecture that makes you want to wear horn-rimmed glasses at your metal desk.

Don't worry. I am a scientist. is the culmination of my wanderings and a love letter to Sterling Hall. It occupies one of my favorite empty labs, and aside from printing ink and a few fasteners, the installation is made entirely from objects and materials I found discarded in the building.

2008

Also: The Abandoned Chairs of Sterling Hall

 

Don't worry. I am a scientist.

For about a year and a half I had a studio in the former Physics department of Sterling Hall on the UW-Madison campus. I spent a good amount of time wandering around this semi-abandoned building, collecting interesting remnants and objects and taking pictures. The building can be a little eerie at night and melancholy during the day, especially given it's violent history, so I felt a little like a ghost.

Since I once considered being a physicist, my artwork was, not surprisingly, influenced by these surroundings. Regardless of what subject was studied there, the building itself was visually fascinating. The older part of the building was built in 1915 and retained great old architectural details and fixtures. The newer part of the building, where our studios were, was built in 1955 and was funded by the Army to house the eventually controversial Army Math Research Center, while allowing space for Physics and Astronomy. It had that once-cutting-edge institutional architecture that makes you want to wear horn-rimmed glasses at your metal desk.

Don't worry. I am a scientist. is the culmination of my wanderings and a love letter to Sterling Hall. It occupies one of my favorite empty labs, and aside from printing ink and a few fasteners, the installation is made entirely from objects and materials I found discarded in the building.

2008

Also: The Abandoned Chairs of Sterling Hall

 

Don't worry. I am a scientist.

For about a year and a half I had a studio in the former Physics department of Sterling Hall on the UW-Madison campus. I spent a good amount of time wandering around this semi-abandoned building, collecting interesting remnants and objects and taking pictures. The building can be a little eerie at night and melancholy during the day, especially given it's violent history, so I felt a little like a ghost.

Since I once considered being a physicist, my artwork was, not surprisingly, influenced by these surroundings. Regardless of what subject was studied there, the building itself was visually fascinating. The older part of the building was built in 1915 and retained great old architectural details and fixtures. The newer part of the building, where our studios were, was built in 1955 and was funded by the Army to house the eventually controversial Army Math Research Center, while allowing space for Physics and Astronomy. It had that once-cutting-edge institutional architecture that makes you want to wear horn-rimmed glasses at your metal desk.

Don't worry. I am a scientist. is the culmination of my wanderings and a love letter to Sterling Hall. It occupies one of my favorite empty labs, and aside from printing ink and a few fasteners, the installation is made entirely from objects and materials I found discarded in the building.

2008

Also: The Abandoned Chairs of Sterling Hall

 

Don't worry. I am a scientist.

For about a year and a half I had a studio in the former Physics department of Sterling Hall on the UW-Madison campus. I spent a good amount of time wandering around this semi-abandoned building, collecting interesting remnants and objects and taking pictures. The building can be a little eerie at night and melancholy during the day, especially given it's violent history, so I felt a little like a ghost.

Since I once considered being a physicist, my artwork was, not surprisingly, influenced by these surroundings. Regardless of what subject was studied there, the building itself was visually fascinating. The older part of the building was built in 1915 and retained great old architectural details and fixtures. The newer part of the building, where our studios were, was built in 1955 and was funded by the Army to house the eventually controversial Army Math Research Center, while allowing space for Physics and Astronomy. It had that once-cutting-edge institutional architecture that makes you want to wear horn-rimmed glasses at your metal desk.

Don't worry. I am a scientist. is the culmination of my wanderings and a love letter to Sterling Hall. It occupies one of my favorite empty labs, and aside from printing ink and a few fasteners, the installation is made entirely from objects and materials I found discarded in the building.

2008

Also: The Abandoned Chairs of Sterling Hall

 

Don't worry. I am a scientist.

For about a year and a half I had a studio in the former Physics department of Sterling Hall on the UW-Madison campus. I spent a good amount of time wandering around this semi-abandoned building, collecting interesting remnants and objects and taking pictures. The building can be a little eerie at night and melancholy during the day, especially given it's violent history, so I felt a little like a ghost.

Since I once considered being a physicist, my artwork was, not surprisingly, influenced by these surroundings. Regardless of what subject was studied there, the building itself was visually fascinating. The older part of the building was built in 1915 and retained great old architectural details and fixtures. The newer part of the building, where our studios were, was built in 1955 and was funded by the Army to house the eventually controversial Army Math Research Center, while allowing space for Physics and Astronomy. It had that once-cutting-edge institutional architecture that makes you want to wear horn-rimmed glasses at your metal desk.

Don't worry. I am a scientist. is the culmination of my wanderings and a love letter to Sterling Hall. It occupies one of my favorite empty labs, and aside from printing ink and a few fasteners, the installation is made entirely from objects and materials I found discarded in the building.

2008

Also: The Abandoned Chairs of Sterling Hall

 

Don't worry. I am a scientist.

For about a year and a half I had a studio in the former Physics department of Sterling Hall on the UW-Madison campus. I spent a good amount of time wandering around this semi-abandoned building, collecting interesting remnants and objects and taking pictures. The building can be a little eerie at night and melancholy during the day, especially given it's violent history, so I felt a little like a ghost.

Since I once considered being a physicist, my artwork was, not surprisingly, influenced by these surroundings. Regardless of what subject was studied there, the building itself was visually fascinating. The older part of the building was built in 1915 and retained great old architectural details and fixtures. The newer part of the building, where our studios were, was built in 1955 and was funded by the Army to house the eventually controversial Army Math Research Center, while allowing space for Physics and Astronomy. It had that once-cutting-edge institutional architecture that makes you want to wear horn-rimmed glasses at your metal desk.

Don't worry. I am a scientist. is the culmination of my wanderings and a love letter to Sterling Hall. It occupies one of my favorite empty labs, and aside from printing ink and a few fasteners, the installation is made entirely from objects and materials I found discarded in the building.

2008

Also: The Abandoned Chairs of Sterling Hall

 

Don't worry. I am a scientist.

For about a year and a half I had a studio in the former Physics department of Sterling Hall on the UW-Madison campus. I spent a good amount of time wandering around this semi-abandoned building, collecting interesting remnants and objects and taking pictures. The building can be a little eerie at night and melancholy during the day, especially given it's violent history, so I felt a little like a ghost.

Since I once considered being a physicist, my artwork was, not surprisingly, influenced by these surroundings. Regardless of what subject was studied there, the building itself was visually fascinating. The older part of the building was built in 1915 and retained great old architectural details and fixtures. The newer part of the building, where our studios were, was built in 1955 and was funded by the Army to house the eventually controversial Army Math Research Center, while allowing space for Physics and Astronomy. It had that once-cutting-edge institutional architecture that makes you want to wear horn-rimmed glasses at your metal desk.

Don't worry. I am a scientist. is the culmination of my wanderings and a love letter to Sterling Hall. It occupies one of my favorite empty labs, and aside from printing ink and a few fasteners, the installation is made entirely from objects and materials I found discarded in the building.

2008

Also: The Abandoned Chairs of Sterling Hall

 

Don't worry. I am a scientist.

For about a year and a half I had a studio in the former Physics department of Sterling Hall on the UW-Madison campus. I spent a good amount of time wandering around this semi-abandoned building, collecting interesting remnants and objects and taking pictures. The building can be a little eerie at night and melancholy during the day, especially given it's violent history, so I felt a little like a ghost.

Since I once considered being a physicist, my artwork was, not surprisingly, influenced by these surroundings. Regardless of what subject was studied there, the building itself was visually fascinating. The older part of the building was built in 1915 and retained great old architectural details and fixtures. The newer part of the building, where our studios were, was built in 1955 and was funded by the Army to house the eventually controversial Army Math Research Center, while allowing space for Physics and Astronomy. It had that once-cutting-edge institutional architecture that makes you want to wear horn-rimmed glasses at your metal desk.

Don't worry. I am a scientist. is the culmination of my wanderings and a love letter to Sterling Hall. It occupies one of my favorite empty labs, and aside from printing ink and a few fasteners, the installation is made entirely from objects and materials I found discarded in the building.

2008

Also: The Abandoned Chairs of Sterling Hall

 

Don't worry. I am a scientist.

For about a year and a half I had a studio in the former Physics department of Sterling Hall on the UW-Madison campus. I spent a good amount of time wandering around this semi-abandoned building, collecting interesting remnants and objects and taking pictures. The building can be a little eerie at night and melancholy during the day, especially given it's violent history, so I felt a little like a ghost.

Since I once considered being a physicist, my artwork was, not surprisingly, influenced by these surroundings. Regardless of what subject was studied there, the building itself was visually fascinating. The older part of the building was built in 1915 and retained great old architectural details and fixtures. The newer part of the building, where our studios were, was built in 1955 and was funded by the Army to house the eventually controversial Army Math Research Center, while allowing space for Physics and Astronomy. It had that once-cutting-edge institutional architecture that makes you want to wear horn-rimmed glasses at your metal desk.

Don't worry. I am a scientist. is the culmination of my wanderings and a love letter to Sterling Hall. It occupies one of my favorite empty labs, and aside from printing ink and a few fasteners, the installation is made entirely from objects and materials I found discarded in the building.

2008

Also: The Abandoned Chairs of Sterling Hall

 

Don't worry. I am a scientist.

For about a year and a half I had a studio in the former Physics department of Sterling Hall on the UW-Madison campus. I spent a good amount of time wandering around this semi-abandoned building, collecting interesting remnants and objects and taking pictures. The building can be a little eerie at night and melancholy during the day, especially given it's violent history, so I felt a little like a ghost.

Since I once considered being a physicist, my artwork was, not surprisingly, influenced by these surroundings. Regardless of what subject was studied there, the building itself was visually fascinating. The older part of the building was built in 1915 and retained great old architectural details and fixtures. The newer part of the building, where our studios were, was built in 1955 and was funded by the Army to house the eventually controversial Army Math Research Center, while allowing space for Physics and Astronomy. It had that once-cutting-edge institutional architecture that makes you want to wear horn-rimmed glasses at your metal desk.

Don't worry. I am a scientist. is the culmination of my wanderings and a love letter to Sterling Hall. It occupies one of my favorite empty labs, and aside from printing ink and a few fasteners, the installation is made entirely from objects and materials I found discarded in the building.

2008

Also: The Abandoned Chairs of Sterling Hall

 

Don't worry. I am a scientist.

For about a year and a half I had a studio in the former Physics department of Sterling Hall on the UW-Madison campus. I spent a good amount of time wandering around this semi-abandoned building, collecting interesting remnants and objects and taking pictures. The building can be a little eerie at night and melancholy during the day, especially given it's violent history, so I felt a little like a ghost.

Since I once considered being a physicist, my artwork was, not surprisingly, influenced by these surroundings. Regardless of what subject was studied there, the building itself was visually fascinating. The older part of the building was built in 1915 and retained great old architectural details and fixtures. The newer part of the building, where our studios were, was built in 1955 and was funded by the Army to house the eventually controversial Army Math Research Center, while allowing space for Physics and Astronomy. It had that once-cutting-edge institutional architecture that makes you want to wear horn-rimmed glasses at your metal desk.

Don't worry. I am a scientist. is the culmination of my wanderings and a love letter to Sterling Hall. It occupies one of my favorite empty labs, and aside from printing ink and a few fasteners, the installation is made entirely from objects and materials I found discarded in the building.

2008

Also: The Abandoned Chairs of Sterling Hall

 

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