Big Rock Sculpture Park on the campus of Pulaski Technical College in Little Rock, Arkansas
my wife’s blanket made from my ex-girlfriend’s dress, that I lost my virginity under, a 1986 GE television playing a dvd ofNBC’s Friday Night Lights
A skateboard bowl you can’t skate, an above-ground-pool you can’t swim in, and a giant boob with no sex appeal, but possesses a nipple that can’t go untouched. All of which fictitious versions of themselves.
cast plastic, rubber vagina, velvet
chain link fence, video of a sunset at "make out point," lace projection
site specific installation for concourse B skylight at Albany International Airport.
fabric, foam, tissue paper
mirrored turntable, oak legs, vinyl, Chanel purse, iPhone playing video performance of a man trying to recreate every accidental celebrity crotch-shot available on the internet.
Barn siding, leather, sheepskin, Bondo, spray-paint can, video of an empty stall
Memories, degrading with each passing second, evolve into fantasy.
Appropriately, through a repetitive process of physical and digital manipulation, these drawings question their own authenticity while allowing the subjects within their images to remain in the now...and now...and now...
Tyvek, emergency blanket, hose, feather boa, beach-ball, pantyhose, wood, paper
vinyl, sailcloth, fish netting, led lights, an audio track of field recording of frogs transformed into a dubstep
each element in this installation come together in a choreographed dance.
a sound activated motor causes the paper form, attached to the wall, to jiggle like a dashboard hoola dancer, while a timer sets the steel component off producing light from two bright spot lights while violently oscillated. The third element is a projection of a thirty second clip, Marisa Tomei dancing with a striper-pole from the Wrestler, slowed and stretched out to last two minutes.
Timers control the photo lights and a blower that inflates the form on a bike. Without the bright lights of attention the form deflates and sags.
batting, rubber, mahogany, candy dish, Canadian Mints, doily, and projection of doily
wood, rope, steel, shag carpeting, moss, fabric
used box-spring, motor, audio track- artists attempt to make squeaky spring noises for an hour.
cast plaster legs, vinyl, plywood, bucket, steel, fabric, lightbulb, projection of a prayer rug
marshmallow anvil, canadian bacon, 8 lbs wet noodle, video screen presenting a script for a performance that never occurred.
stoneware, steel, pantyhose