A collaborative body of works by Chris Sollars & Nolan Sheehan Jankowski from their project Bay Cycle, a 288 bicycle ride around the entire shore of the San Francisco Bay.

Through a series of sculptures and video Jankowski and Sollars explore the border where water meets land. Drawing from a shared mantra, #keepitontheright, and #noinsonlyouts, Sollars and Jankowski spent four days navigating the Bay without shelter, specific directions, trading goods and services in exchange for aid. 

Works in Tis Is Ara Ray Its A Headwind have been pulled from the Bay as a source for socks, buoys, bikes,
bags, bay memes, and bottles.

Buoy Bike, 2018. Found Buoy & Bicycle.

Buoy Bike, 2018. Found Buoy & Bicycle.

Buoy Bike, 2018. Found Buoy & Bicycle.

Buoy Bike, 2018. Found Buoy & Bicycle.

Buoy Bike, 2018. Found Buoy & Bicycle.

Buoy Bike, 2018. Found Buoy & Bicycle.

Water Bottle Viaduct, 2018. Reclaimed Bicycle Water Bottles.

Water Bottle Viaduct, 2018. Reclaimed Bicycle Water Bottles.

Water Bottle Viaduct, 2018. Reclaimed Bicycle Water Bottles.

Water Bottle Viaduct, 2018. Reclaimed Bicycle Water Bottles.

Windsock 2016-18. Found Socks, Two Deconstructed Bicycles.

Windsock 2016-18. Found Socks, Two Deconstructed Bicycles.

Windsock 2016-18. Found Socks, Two Deconstructed Bicycles.

Windsock 2016-18. Found Socks, Two Deconstructed Bicycles.