2015 digital video with sound. included in sell me down the river, real art ways, hartford, ct.
you can't jail the revolution, 2014/15
anti fascist protection rampart, digital print on vinyl banner.
greatest threat (of all time), gaffers tape on floor.
you can't jail the revolution, latex paint on sonotubes, plastic chain.
no justice, no peace, enamel paint on digital print, on styrene.
m'aider, digital print on nylon flag.
nine lives, digital print on canvas.
installation for ct(un)bound, artspace, new haven, ct.
great society (today gone), 2014/15
installation for TEMPEST, the institute library, new haven, ct.
sea bed, 2014
installation for the event rendezvous, dirt salon, hartford, ct.
here today gone, 2014
site responsive commissioned installation for cwos alt space, goff street armory, new haven, ct.
god save your mad parade, 2014
solo exhibition at the new britain museum of american art, new britain, ct.
at the start of the end of history, 2013-14
wear the weary hours down, plastic mesh, 2013.
midnight alleys roam, gaffers tape on floor, 2013.
maybe later, plastic mesh, 2013.
middle right, acrylic paint on corrugated cardboard, peeled, 2013.
the crypt is at the end, (detail) digitally printed vinyl banner, 2013.
voices in my head, digital print on aluminum, 2013.
gimme danger, digital print on aluminum, 2013.
house of pain, latex paint on masonite paneling, plastic pennants, 2008-13.
cooperation without compromise, cotton/poly bandanas, 2013.
capital, vinyl lettering on coro-plast, light box, 2013.
governmentality, digital video with sound, 2013.
solo exhibition at artwalk at the hartford public library, hartford, ct.
[interview with the curator can be found at artwalk.hplct.org]
in the next world's fair, 2013
time starts now, digital print on aluminum, 2013. installation view.
ever since the world began, digital print on aluminum, time out of mind, gaffers tape on floor, all works 2013.
world go round, plastic barrier tape and gaffers tape, 2007-13; when i get to the bottom i go back to the top of the slide, gaffers tape on floor, 2013.
canel my subscription to the resurection, digital LED scrolling sign, 2013.
just a reflection of every one of you, liquid chalk, compact fluorescent lights, rubber coated electrical cords, 2013.
man in the 5th dimension, digitally printed vinyl banner, 2013.
solo exhibition at the orison gallery, essex, ct.
road to nowhere, 2013
digital print, 32" x 48"
included in group exhibition, road trip, at work-detroit.
digital print on vinyl, 36" x 84"
included in the 7th water tower arts festival, samca, sofia, bulgaria.
somewhere between support and collapse, 2012-13 somewhere between support and collapse, commercially printed postcard, 5" x 7", installation view. all works 2012.
fool me twice, gaffers tape on floor, all work 2012.
savior of the human race, acrylic on corrugated cardboard, peeled elements.
pros and cons, plastic pennants, two parts, opposite walls.
too close to call, digitally printed vinyl banners, two parts.
solo exhibition at arts west gallery, elon university, north carolina.
as above, ongoing
digital images on archival paper.
gaze retrained, ongoing
untitled (hobby horses)
untitled (lava lamps)
(found images from internet amateur porn sites, refocusing on background objects.)
i am inspired by the pivotal social and political events that have shaped our world. i make work that is a conceptually driven investigation of these ideas and their impact upon everyday life.the work is presented in installations that combine multiple individual pieces (sculpture, video, photography, painting, drawing), arranged within the proscribed space to form provocative visual and intellectual layers.some pieces may be revisited and revised within a new exhibitiion. the original subtext is brought into the mix and then reacts to the new arrangement.
the pieces employ suggestive titles and visual references, (rock and roll song lyrics, sexual inuendo, art history, industrial design), which draw upon sub/conscious nostalgia as a means of stimulating multiple readings. positioning the work within this cognitive framework allows for it to reflect on current and historical events from several different perspectives.
Supported by the City of Hartford Business Development Grants for Artists Program,
Pedro E. Segarra, Mayor with funding from the Community Development Block Grant (DCBG)
program allocated to the City of Hartford.