Every minute less

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Every minute less

“Every minute less” 2017, MDF, paint, steel, wood. 28 x 8 x 7 ft Special thanks to Foundation for Contemporary Arts Emergency Grant, Smack Mellon, Paul Choate, Jesse Crozier. Drone footage by Eloy Vela. Without the ability to read each word from above, the viewer must discern the words from the shape of the perimeter. […]

We are all present at sunset

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We are all present at sunset

We are all present at sunset, 2012, live plant, dimensions variable.A live plant has a poem cut into its leaves. The text reads: we are all present at sunset the sunrise, our privilege always finding the floor never falling off the ground a drawing of a sunrise is just a drawing a photo of a sunset […]

On time

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On time

Untitled (plant, clock) 2012, live plant, dimensions variable Conceived as a meditation on time and its linear and non-linear aspects, the numbers one through twelve are cut into a live plant in a circle to resemble a clock while the two flowering stems resemble a clock’s hour and minute hands. As the leaves move in accordance to the […]

How I was made

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How I was made

  How I was made, 2012, acrylic, wood, paint, light controllers, LED neon, 14 x 492 x 2.5 inchesThanks to Green LED lighting for their generous support. Commissioned by Socrates Sculpture Park for the EmergingArtist Fellowship 2012. Questioning language and our personal construction of self through language, self-examination, and ultimatelyself-discovery, the work constructs a visual poem […]

While we are here

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While we are here

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Selected poets, artists, reporters, and musicians have created audio recordings about 14th Street that are to be listened to at specific locations along 14th Street. The recordings will be accessible via smart phones or can be downloaded and played on a digital music player. These selected artists, poets, and musicians include Brenda Coultas, […]

I Draw a Line

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I Draw a Line

I Draw a Line, 2010, installation at Arario Gallery, New York, powder, Dimensions variable The piece is situated in the space so that it is viewed upside down initially. To read the work, the viewer must walk upon it and over it thus initiating its destruction. By having an audience read and consequently destroy it, the […]