Labor, a temporary site work commissioned by the Neuberger Museum of Art for its 1999 Biennial of Outdoor Public Art, consists of a clear acrylic lectern with podium containing a solar-powered LED panel featuring the artist’s poetry written in response to the 17th century agrarian history of the surrounding landscape.

The site chosen for the installation is a very private wooded copse partially surrounded by a colonial-era stone fence built to contain and demarcate farm fields.