For almost twenty years, I have been making art and thinking about nature: how we see it, how we relate to it, and ultimately how we value it. I wanted to be able to explore these thoughts more deeply — to have a space where I could combine my art with writing, audio, and animation to tell a richer and more nuanced story. To be able to fully experiment with this new kind of art exhibit, I decided I needed to start Litterfall Gallery.

Visit online and through prints

Litterfall Gallery doesn't have a physical address. Instead, it exists here online and through printed folios (available on request) of the exhibitions. The folios contain the artwork and a preview of the accompanying essay, with the website offering the full multimedia exhibitions: combining writing, art, audio, and video.

What is “litterfall”?

“Litterfall” is organic material that falls from trees, such as leaves, seeds, bark, and twigs. It is an important part of the ecosystem, providing nutrients to the soil and habitats for plants and animals. It is also an important part of how we experience nature, providing one of our most common and personal connections to the natural world.

Photo: a collection of litterfall.

Thank you for joining me in this experiment!