Completed in 2008, "Still Life with Calving Iceberg" explores the adolescent condition and identity formation through drawing and a metaphor that speaks to environmental devastation in an installation incorporating sculptural drawing and audio. The children hang very near to each other - even overlapping occasionally – yet each occupies his or her own existential niche, enduring the quotidian pathos of being human, bound as they are by bodies in random and precarious manifestations - subject to the vagaries of natural and social forces – time – and, for adolescents, an almost unbearable specificity.