THERE IS SANITY AT SEA LEVEL (NO. 3) DYE SUBLIMATION PRINT ON POLYESTER 5 X 8 FEET 2022 Situated on the waterfront of Ålvik, Norway on the Hardangerfjord, the digital print on fabric is installed on a found metal structure which would have been used by fishing ships. the installation responds to the conditions of […]Read more "KH Messen: There is sanity at sea level (no. 3)"
CLOUD RELIEFS CERAMIC, SPRAY PAINT 2019 Created in response to decorative ornaments commonly found on bridges in Zhujiajiao, these ceramic reliefs record traces of the urban architecture and ubiquitous symbols present in the vicinity of the Untitled Space residency in an outer suburb of Shanghai, China. This represents part of an ongoing collaborative practice with […]Read more "Cloud reliefs"
OVERHEAD, AFTERIMAGE UNTITLED SPACE, SHANGHAI DECEMBER 2019 – JANUARY 2020 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, […]Read more "Overhead, afterimage"
FLATTENED AND DISORDERLY BABEL VISNINGSROM FOR KUNST, TRONDHEIM AUGUST 18 – 28, 2016 [LINK] The compact lenses used for lighthouses are ornate objects that seem more suited to Versailles than any functional setting. Based on an optical lens designed at the turn of the 19th century, their rapidly changing shapes developed alongside the progressing science […]Read more "Flattened and disorderly"
SOMETHING TO LOCATE YOURSELF WITH INSTALLATION APPROX. 5 X 5 FEET 2015 Carried out over the course of two weeks, Something to Locate Yourself With marks the distance from the La Fragua residency to my then-home in San Francisco, in an attempt to ground my dislocation within a new place. The mosaic reads, 5822 mi. from home.Read more "Something to locate yourself with"
BOUNDARY STONES, UNFOLDED (SIX FALLEN STONES TAKEN FROM THE BORDER WALL OF THE SANTA CLARA CONVENT) DIGITAL PRINTS 2015 Using Photoshop as a digital form of stonemasonry, I carve apart these stones that were once part of the boundary between the former monastery of Santa Clara and the remainder of the nearby town of Belalcázar. […]Read more "Boundary stones, unfolded (six fallen stones taken from the border wall of the Santa Clara Convent)"
TRACERIES MIXED MEDIA INCORPORATING ELEMENTS OF LIGHT 2015 EXHIBITED AT LA FRAGUA RESIDENCY, BELALCAZAR, CÓRDOBA (SPAIN) Titled Traceries after the decorative stonework elements used as a support structure in Gothic stained glass windows, these wire and wax-paper sculptures comprise observational drawings of the fallen stones and architectural rubble on-site at the La Fragua residency. Shown within the […]Read more "Traceries"