Teak and Orange 2011 16˝ by 30˝ Lead, pigment, wax, steel, and gold The Teak and Orange Shots were 3.8 megaton nuclear weapons exploded over the Marshall Islands as part of the 1958 Hardtack 1 test series. Both shots were launched with Redstone rockets, Teak exploding at over 47 miles or 76 km into the [...]
The Dogma of the Familiar 2008 to present Variable size installation of drawings. Charcoal and pastel on wood. Black board and chalk.
flight signs flight symbols Flight Signs Flight Symbols 2005 installation with paper airplanes and single channel video dimensions variable There are some things that we perceive as having a basic, visceral meaning. Things that fly, that may take flight, cause a response. We cannot see an airplane simply as an airplane, rather in the recesses [...]
The Myth of Objectivity 2000 Variable size installation 32˝ by 20.625˝ Polaroid Prints The Myth of Objectivitiy When individuals are confronted with a raven or crow they make an association; they connect it to an identifying memory. It may be to Edgar Allan Poe’s raven crying “nevermore” or to a glossy black bird pulling apart [...]
Election Archive 2004 Dimensions Variable Mixed Media I altered newspapers to document the sixty days leading up to the 2004 election and its aftermath. Using The New York Times, The Washington Times, and The Washington Post, I altered the Newspapers to reflect the events of the day. Afterward, I installed the papers in my studio [...]
Box of Fear 2004 6˝by 8.75˝by 1.5˝closed 5.5˝by 8.25˝ Letterpress printing, mixed media A series of children’s science books altered to reflect my own childhood fears. “Volcanoes” addresses my fear of earthquakes and volcanoes. “Space Exploration” deals with my fears of nuclear war.