Landscape Table (Ainavas Galds) is a meditation on landscape and the effects of our appetite for resources. The table is 20’ x 4’ at surface and 3’+ high, with legs and surface forms cast in iron. The construction of the table armature is steel. The refinery-imaged casting was formed out of paper and cardboard tubes, beverage bottles and household food boxes, which were removed or directly burned out in sand molds – leaving carbon residues and effects on all. All of the materials we use are resources; iron, stone, steel, oil, gas, food goods, etc. and our landscapes are the storehouses. I am interested in the connections between the materials of art construction and the materials of industrial construction and the connections between our daily lives and petro-chemical landscapes.