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tumulus (view 1); site response to Biennial of the Americas project first produced in 2015. 315 paintings and 100 drawings with moss, stones and chicken wire outdoors at CU South Denver Natural History Museum; with works left in to ruin in weather October 8, 2017 – March 1, 2018; scale (full site): 5.5ft (H) x 10ft (L) x 10ft (W); date: 2015 (paintings and drawings made), 2017 site-specific work installed

tumulus (view 2); site response to Biennial of the Americas project first produced in 2015. 315 paintings and 100 drawings with moss, stones and chicken wire outdoors at CU South Denver Natural History Museum; with works left in to ruin in weather October 8, 2017 – March 1, 2018; scale (full site): 5.5ft (H) x 10ft (L) x 10ft (W); date: 2015 (paintings and drawings made), 2017 site-specific work installed

tumulus (view 3); site response to Biennial of the Americas project first produced in 2015. 315 paintings and 100 drawings with moss, stones and chicken wire outdoors at CU South Denver Natural History Museum; with works left in to ruin in weather October 8, 2017 – March 1, 2018; scale (full site): 5.5ft (H) x 10ft (L) x 10ft (W); date: 2015 (paintings and drawings made), 2017 site-specific work installed

tumulus (research image); travel research, Templo Mayor ruins in Mexico City; visited in 2015

tumulus (view 4); site response to Biennial of the Americas project first produced in 2015. 315 paintings and 100 drawings with moss, stones and chicken wire outdoors at CU South Denver Natural History Museum; with works left in to ruin in weather October 8, 2017 – March 1, 2018; scale (full site): 5.5ft (H) x 10ft (L) x 10ft (W); date: 2015 (paintings and drawings made), 2017 site-specific work installed

tumulus (view 5); site response to Biennial of the Americas project first produced in 2015. 315 paintings and 100 drawings with moss, stones and chicken wire outdoors at CU South Denver Natural History Museum; with works left in to ruin in weather October 8, 2017 – March 1, 2018; scale (full site): 5.5ft (H) x 10ft (L) x 10ft (W); date: 2015 (paintings and drawings made), 2017 site-specific work installed

tumulus (research images; travel research, trash pile on the streets of Mexico City; visited in 2015

tumulus (view 6); site response to Biennial of the Americas project first produced in 2015. 315 paintings and 100 drawings with moss, stones and chicken wire outdoors at CU South Denver Natural History Museum; with works left in to ruin in weather October 8, 2017 – March 1, 2018; scale (full site): 5.5ft (H) x 10ft (L) x 10ft (W); date: 2015 (paintings and drawings made), 2017 site-specific work installed

tumulus (view 7); site response to Biennial of the Americas project first produced in 2015. 315 paintings and 100 drawings with moss, stones and chicken wire outdoors at CU South Denver Natural History Museum; with works left in to ruin in weather October 8, 2017 – March 1, 2018; scale (full site): 5.5ft (H) x 10ft (L) x 10ft (W); date: 2015 (paintings and drawings made), 2017 site-specific work installed

tumulus (view 8); site response to Biennial of the Americas project first produced in 2015. 315 paintings and 100 drawings with moss, stones and chicken wire outdoors at CU South Denver Natural History Museum; with works left in to ruin in weather October 8, 2017 – March 1, 2018; scale (full site): 5.5ft (H) x 10ft (L) x 10ft (W); date: 2015 (paintings and drawings made), 2017 site-specific work installed, photo taken October 6, 2017

tumulus (view 9); site response to Biennial of the Americas project first produced in 2015. 315 paintings and 100 drawings with moss, stones and chicken wire outdoors at CU South Denver Natural History Museum; with works left in to ruin in weather October 8, 2017 – March 1, 2018; scale (full site): 5.5ft (H) x 10ft (L) x 10ft (W); date: 2015 (paintings and drawings made), 2017 site-specific work installed, photo taken October 9, 2017

tumulus (view 10); site response to Biennial of the Americas project first produced in 2015. 315 paintings and 100 drawings with moss, stones and chicken wire outdoors at CU South Denver Natural History Museum; with works left in to ruin in weather October 8, 2017 – March 1, 2018; scale (full site): 5.5ft (H) x 10ft (L) x 10ft (W); date: 2015 (paintings and drawings made), 2017 site-specific work installed, photo taken October 11, 2017

tumulus (view 11); site response to Biennial of the Americas project first produced in 2015. 315 paintings and 100 drawings with moss, stones and chicken wire outdoors at CU South Denver Natural History Museum; with works left in to ruin in weather October 8, 2017 – March 1, 2018; scale (full site): 5.5ft (H) x 10ft (L) x 10ft (W); date: 2015 (paintings and drawings made), 2017 site-specific work installed, photo taken November 24, 2017 (credit to Angelica Rosalez)