Atop a mountain, a remote installation of huts made of salvaged sailcloth and recorded voices, Please Remember Me... uncannily collides technologies with distant ecologies, drawing on the time-based functions of each. Viewers follow a hand drawn map to a secret location where they are rewarded with an eerie and meditative intervention into the landscape that blurs the beginning and end of the art/nature experience.  The voices, each a separate recitation of the same word, repeat and unfold slowly, the full meaning of the text revealed over a long period of time. Please Remember Me… asks viewers to experience “slow art”, stretching out their experience of language, meaning, and engagement with the work of art and with their environment. This process mimics the ephemeral meaning of the words, and underscores the relative scale of individual time to ecological time.