Completed in 2016, A Frost Hollow Class Reunion (Class of 1857-1938) is a multi-disciplinary installation displayed indoors and outdoors at a one-room schoolhouse no longer in operation in Tioga County. It incorporates, not only the schoolhouse and grounds, but the surrounding forest, metaphorically referencing the way we remember – and forget.  The installation draws upon memories – real and ancestral – of members of the student body and their descendents, of the living, and the dead…and fantasy. Memories have been collected through interviews with alumni and their descendents and through research undertaken with the help of the Tioga County Historical Society, local libraries, newspapers and the internet.