This project explored the idea of art as an instrument for the re-interpretation of histories and stories and the possibility of art as an interpretive and educative tool. The Brigham Young University Museum of Art is located in the heart of Utah and the University houses an archive devoted to the genealogy of the Mormon people. The work concerned the lives of the women who were part of the initial pioneering population of Utah. The role and strength of early pioneer women has tended to be been undervalued and under explored and responses to their contribution have tended to be through literature rather than through a material/visual exploration of artefacts and domestic interventions.
[Installation]. Outside Inside: Fragments in Place. (Museum of Art, The Bringham Young University, Provo, UT 9 October, 2003 - 17 April, 2004)