These collages are the artwork for my Sleeping Giants tents, part of the 2017 Terrain Biennial. I wrote this about the pieces, which responded the the theme of how neighborhoods deal with strife: A pair of small tents with paintings of sleeping figures on the sides will settle on this corner site. Sleeping giants are the mountains that resemble humans, slumbering heavily in the distance as we speed along the highway. We are the sleeping giants now, moving at a glacial pace as our country twists and turns on a new axis. Our local lives continue—work, school, eat, sleep—but we struggle with erosion of policies that protect our democratic society.