Crash Rainbow (R.I.P. Cozy Powell) was an installation consisting of a darkened room with an abstracted depiction of a car accident projected on the wall. A central component

to the piece was a pair of dissecting tables presenting a variety of small sculptures, mirrors, metal shards, drawings, collages, and other materials that addressed the subject of car crashes as a phenomenon. Also on display was a series of collages that included statistical information and material detailing celebrity fatalities resulting from car crashes combined with found photography. The investigative spirit of Crash Rainbow was a response to what the artist saw as the intriguing dualities of death and life, danger and freedom, which constitute our “car-crash” culture, as well as a double- edged commentary on the pervasive cult of the American automobile.