SpoLiGo-Type Array acrylic on plywood, galvanized-steel wire,epoxy resin, and found objects in a free-standing screen, mixed-media animation on dual monitors 60 by 45 by 15 inches, 5 minute looping animation
SpoLiGo-Type Array (2023) combines a two-channel video and a sculptural screen into the representation of a human body through the abstract idiom of medical visualizations. Named after one of techniques involved in gene editing, this work is also meant to illicit the human microbiome, imagining human identity as a non-monolithic ecosystem in which various interests collaborate and compete.
Stochastic Garden 2022 evolving mixed-media installation, Spring / Break 2022 variation pigment prints on plywood, cg animation, Little Syria Parade props, found objects dimensions variable
“Real Realism” curated by TUSSLE Projects
“WE PROCLAIM… Real Realism acknowledges yesterday and tomorrow is simultaneous. We obliterate this time element by a retrograde motion that would penetrate consciousness, reassuring us that a renaissance might still be thinkable.”
Amy Bassin Jack Henry Laura Horne Julia Kissina Brian Zegeer
TUSSLE projects Booth 1126 SPRING BREAK ART SHOW September 7 – 12, 2022
Pigment prints of my photos are cut up and shaped into sculptural objects, snapshots of my family formed into hybrid beasts. Almanacs imagines the moments of daily life as material to be mined for unexpected synchronicities, larger shapes of meaning that emerge from the particularities of the play of light upon a wall or the coinciding of two unrelated moments. Patterns appear, predictive models emerge, as in the case of weather forecasts and tide tables in a traditional almanac.