Vacuum/plenum (the Cotard delusion, invisibility, and other gravities), 2009, mirror, two-way plexiglass mirror, aluminum, steel, casters, Dimensions variable, mirrored box is 4x4x7 ft Utilizing over 400 square feet of mirrors, the installation allows the viewer to become disoriented, invisible to their own image, performer, and voyeur; to be inundated by their own image; and […]
Under the Influence, 2011. Site-specific participatory performance and sculpture at Aroundspace Gallery Shanghai, China. With assistance from Leslie Kuo. Based on the Eastern board game go, this version of the game is combined with Western style drinking games. Instead of stones, the pieces are shot glasses containing alcohol. Participants play the game under the normal rules of go, with […]
Center of the Youniverse (sconce), 2011, Mirror, steel, aluminum, fluorescent lights 23 x 23 x 3 inches. Edition available. Playing on ideas concerning vanity, narcissism, the microcosmic, and the macrocosmic, can one look at a mirror and not look at oneself even when juxtaposed and framed in the halo of a starry night sky? Is […]
Thinking of you, 2011, mirror, paint, 18 inch diameter, (Additional image at different angle), Edition of 25 Edition available. A halftone image of the artist is painted onto a mirror with strategically placed holes/gaps in the image. Standing in front of themirror a viewer is able to see their reflection in the mirror woven into the […]
Untitled (clock) 2009, wood, plexi glass, portable dvd player, DVD 24 hour loop, 13.5 x 9.5 x 4 inches. A black acrylic sheet with “18:88” (a digital clock face) cut into it is placed in front of a portable DVD player playing a DVD looping images and video referring to various locations, times, and […]
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 […]
Delaying the Inevitable, mylar, garbage, trash can, approx. 24 x 24 x 84 inchesA garbage can is extended to several feet, thus delaying its emptying, but also revealing its contents to allpassersby while simultaneously becoming more unstable as it fills to capacity.
Behind the brush 2006, mirror and cut paper, 35 x 35 x 4 inches The poem obscures itself in order to force the reader to move around the sculpture in order to activate the act ofreading by framing unorthodox ways to read the text. The form, actions required to read, and the content of the poem aim […]