Gallery show for Nuclear Café, an international art collective with Canadian artist Denis Routhier and Japanese artist Hirokazu Fukawa. Installation and performance. Show included an interactive web portal that allowed for remote viewing from a web or mobile device. Nuclear-cafe.com
I make a damn good apple pie. Then, I put type on it.
Commercial adhesive vinyl installation.
The DRAWGUST Project is my attempt at the 'Thing-a-Day' challenge. I challenged myself to make something every day in August. Because I had been unsuccessful in the past, I decided to make myself accountable by asking for audience participation. You can track the rapid degradation of my mental state in the accompanying blog here: https://thedrawgustproject.wordpress.com/
Here are a few photo highlights:
Mirador (cast paper, and video animation) is the work from my graduate thesis, presented in Out of the Woods, Cranbrook Academey of Art Graduate Degree Show, MOCAD, Detroit, MI, 2010
We are professional voyeurs endowed with the power to watch at will—but who is watching us? What happens when our knowledge becomes another's power?
Constant, universal access to information not only defines American culture, it is our right. From the television media stream to the internet, we have control over what we watch, what we know, and what we believe all things to be. I investigate the line at the intersection of information and infulence, little white lies, and the truths we choose to accept.
Cast paper installation
Typeface with alternate character set based on signage from the S-21 prison in Cambodia.
The sample text is Comrade Duch's apology from his trial in 2008.
An unfortunate turn in my health had forced me to undergo various tests, MRIs among them. This is when I learned that health professionals are required by law to provide you with a copy of your imaging results in full.