This one might be one of my favorites. Its made entirely of black flies and liquid black resin, with a tiny piece of natural fiber (decaying coral, I believe) and a single circular piece of ocean plastic, both found on a remote beach in the Bahamas.
They are intimate moments of a larger work, and represent a snippet of "order" that opposes the chaos of the OMEGA installation. Unlike my layered, very detailed and labor-intensive works at Havu Gallery, these smaller works are fragments that represent what we see when we look down at the ground, or in our waste baskets... this beautiful disorder we casually throw away. To me, it is all beautiful madness. This body of work is called "Minutiae."