SYMPATHETIC ASSOCIATIONS: INTERFERENCE PATTERNS DIGITAL PRINT ON OUTDOOR-GRADE NYLON, RATCHET STRAPS 15 X 22 FEET 2020 Commissioned for Play/ground 2020, a public art exhibition organized by Resource:Art and the Buffalo Institute for Contemporary Art, Sympathetic associations is a large-scale digital print on fabric suspended in the skyway adjacent to Buffalo’s Explore & More Children’s Museum […]Read more "Sympathetic associations: interference patterns"
Overhead, afterimage is an exhibition of new and past work exploring the distinction between the functional and the decorative, deconstructing commonplace objects associated with architecture, navigation, and the relationship between built and natural environments. The first three works are graphite drawings on paper depicting abstract, contrasting patterns known as wave interference patterns. The physical process […]Read more "Overhead, afterimage"
The Sun Is Your Enemy is a proposal of light as sculptural matter and meditation on the technologies and social histories that have altered, contorted, captured, and redirected our understanding of vision and space.Read more "The sun is your enemy"
FLATTENED AND DISORDERLY BABEL VISNINGSROM FOR KUNST, TRONDHEIM AUGUST 18 – 28, 2016 [LINK]Read more "Flattened and disorderly"
I: STAINED GLASS WINDOW COLLAGE OF LASERJET PRINTS ON ACETATE 7 FOOT (DIAMETER) 2015 II: METEORITE REFLECTING POOL SLIPCAST CERAMIC, DARKENED PLEXIGLAS, 1 CM OF WATER 4 X 8 X 1 FEET 2015 Etymologically, San Francisco’s necropolis Colma derives its name from a native Costanoan word for moon—notable with recent companies like Celestis, Inc. partnering […]Read more "Stained Glass Window and Meteorite Reflecting Pool"
FOURTEEN SQUARE FEET OF INTERNATIONAL WATER(37°30’N 122°48’W) DIGITAL PRINT ON CANVAS, WOODEN RAFT 2015 The piece shows a pixelated satellite image of water, printed on canvas, stretched across the surface of a raft. When exhibited, the raft was moored for a week at Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture, placing in the midst of the […]Read more "Fourteen Square Feet of International Water"