a narrative of romantic and sexual disconnection and tension exist through the union of two disparate figures
The social currency of the studio portrait is examined in these skewed portraits
The entire holdings of art institutions compressed to 6/10ths of a second, the average time a viewer looks at a piece of art.
Specific and idiosyncratic secrets and confessions are woven into universal insecurities in this performance
Silkscreen and wallpaper flocking on photographs
Over 300 portraits of Brooklyn residents made to be archived in the Brooklyn Hisorical Society's portrait collection. it is an anthropological catalog, community art initiative, and an exploration of the notion of archive.
Part social sculpture, part installation brings strangers together to document the part of the frustrated family