In 2010, I was invited to participate in a Royal Ontario Museum exhibition , Seeds in Disguise at the Balls Falls Conservation area in the Niagara region. I chose five different crops from the Niagara region: peaches, tomatoes, potatoes, sunflowers, and wine grapes. Simply put, I read the patterns found in the DNA codes of these plants much in the same way a musician reads music. These works visualize how that genetic rhythm looks expressed in the language of art.
Preparatory Sketches and Research Material