Peescapes: Vitreous China, 32" x 18" x 26" (14" male), 2001

Peescapes view the removal of our bodily waste as a poetic opportunity. Each pair of urinals consists of one male and one female urinal. These diptychs use terms commonly associated with the choreography of water such as fountain, dam, and aqueduct to sensualize urine as it flows to the drain.  These terms are used to inform alterations to the interior landscapes of urinals to aesthetisize rather than economize the removal of pee.