Nolan Sheehan Jankowski:

I examine the actions and practices that grow out of specific land-based sites, remove them from their origin, and place them in another place and time. This change not only negates a stable definition of place and practice, but also probes more deeply into an understanding of nostalgia, or that which has passed and cannot be recreated.  With a tendency toward the absurd, I explore the ability to construct seemingly mundane rituals, sometimes based on a Midwestern American perspective, in different locations.  In taking these actions to the extreme, they are able to move between viewers.