Untitled (yellow paper)

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Untitled (yellow paper)

Work in progress. 18×24 inches. Mixed media on paper.

Untitled (repeated words)

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Untitled (repeated words)

Untitled (i am here am i here ), 2020, Ink on paper. 50×38 inches. Untitled (i am here am i here ), 2020, Ink on paper. 50×38 inches. Untitled (ok), 2016, Ink on paper. 50×38 inches. Untitled (accept), 2020, Ink on paper. 50×38 inches. Untitled (chaos), 2020, Ink on paper. 50×38 inches. Untitled (chaos), 2020, […]

How I Was Made Artist Book

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How I Was Made Artist Book

    Mixed Media. Edition of 21. 2015. Special thanks to The Center for Book Arts.

Memory lists

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Memory lists

Memory lists are written lists of all that I could quickly recall on various topics (acquaintances/friends, authors, plays, celebrities) until I paused for an extended amount of time on March 21, 2014. Memory lists (authors) March 21, 2014, 11×14, ink on paper Memory lists (books) March 21, 2014, 11×14, ink on paper Memory lists (bands/musicians) […]

Untitled (florescent self portrait)

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Untitled (florescent self portrait)

Untitled (florescent self portrait) 2012, Paper, acrylic paint, 41 x 50 inches. Hand painting half tone self portraits, the artist plays with what the strange mix of mechanical and hand-madetechniques of production reveal or do not reveal, while they demand attention in their blinding florescent orangepaint.

Untitled (newspapers, junk mail)

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Untitled (newspapers, junk mail)

Untitled (newspapers, junk mail) 2008, screenprint, newspapers, junk mail. Ongoing series. Various pieces of mail, advertisements, and newspapers were screenprinted eight or more times with a dot pattern similar to printing process thatcreated them. The process resulted in rendering the text illegiable or nearly illegible, while also altering the reading and intentions of the photographs.

NO PHOTOS series

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NO PHOTOS series

This series of drawings are based on events when I was either not allowed to photograph a scene or did not have a camera or deemed it inappropriate to photograph at that moment, but wanted to create a mnemonic for that event as I recall it in both language and image. NO PHOTOS: I thought […]