NO(w)HERE is an ephemeral site-specific public work designed to incite awareness about the Mexican Gray Wolf, which remains one of the most endangered mammals in North America.  Paper apparitions of this embattled predator appear in cities of the Southwest.  The number of paper wolves corresponds to the current Mexican Gray Wolf count, giving a visual reference to their imperiled population.

Gallery installation of NO(w)HERE at the Tempe Center for the Arts, Tempe AZ, 2013

Public Installation of NO(w)HERE

Commissioned by Defenders of Wildlife for Wolf Awareness Week, Tucson AZ, 2011
Photography by local Tucson photographers

Commissioned by Grand Canyon Wolf Recovery for Wolf Awareness Week, Flagstaff AZ, 2009
Photography by Nathan Renn

Commissioned by Mexican Wolves for All Souls Procession, Tucson AZ, 2011