53 Works

Anaesthetics, detail

Get-Well-Soon balloons are a way to investigate the economy of social care, colorful facades that, when recontextualized in the gallery, become eerie, detached objects. As they continue to deteriorate and fall in the space, they become live objects that evoke breathing and lung function.

Anaesthetics, detail

Recontetualizing the waiting room, the threshold of clinical space, this work investigates stock imagery and language that simultaneously avoids large questions of mortality and reveals a void in healthy, nuanced language for illness and death.

Family Recipes

Placing medical diagnostics and social support in conversation, videos are made with an endoscope camera probing food items. This work explores practices of giving food during times of illness or loss and the connections between food and caregiving.

702 Atlantic Beach Causeway II.

702 Atlantic Beach Causeway II.

3300 Arendell St V.

3300 Arendell St V.

3300 Arendell St VI.

3300 Arendell St VI.

3505 Arendell St

3505 Arendell St

Ocean Blvd Public Beach Access

Ocean Blvd Public Beach Access

Something That Breaks Your Skin (Rutting)

Something That Breaks Your Skin utilizes the bodily language from a U.S. State asphalt repair manual as both a starting point and a material. Each one of the photographic works in this series of eight focus on a particular taxonomy of road fault and the associated text from the manual. The photographs recreate example images from the manual, using faults that I found and photographed in the built landscape. Incisions in the mat reveal both...

Street Voids (detail)

This work is comprised of the negative spaces of potholes that I have casted. Altogether, the potholes become an archive of these negative spaces in the street. Arranged as if they are artifacts from a collection, each pothole sits inside a gridded presentation. Blackened steel and reflective metal, in-lieu of clinical white plywood, reflect yet disrupt the standard institutional display strategies. Each pothole is displayed inverted or upside down from its original source. With the...

320 NC Highway 58 II.

320 NC Highway 58 II.

513 Evans St

513 Evans St

710 E Fort Macon Road

710 E Fort Macon Road

2604 NC Highway 58

2604 NC Highway 58

3300 Arendell St VII.

3300 Arendell St VII.

Street Voids (detail)

This work is comprised of the negative spaces of potholes that I have casted. Altogether, the potholes become an archive of these negative spaces in the street. Arranged as if they are artifacts from a collection, each pothole sits inside a gridded presentation. Blackened steel and reflective metal, in-lieu of clinical white plywood, reflect yet disrupt the standard institutional display strategies. Each pothole is displayed inverted or upside down from its original source. With the...

Slick With Oil (detail)

In Slick With Oil, a photograph of an iridescent oil spot on asphalt is printed on imitation silk, lightly sagging and swaying on a rebar frame. The image, created by the dripping of motor oil onto a parking space, becomes a shimmering aura on top of the wet pavement. This ephemeral moment, created by light refracting off of the toxic substance, is made permanent with the rebar structure. Colors made by the refracting oil range...

102 Atlantic Beach Causeway III.

102 Atlantic Beach Causeway III.

314 Arendell Street

314 Arendell Street

702 Atlantic Beach Causeway I.

702 Atlantic Beach Causeway I.

3300 Arendell St II.

3300 Arendell St II.

Something That Breaks Your Skin

Something That Breaks Your Skin utilizes the bodily language from a U.S. State manual on asphalt repair as both a starting point and a material. Each one of the photographic works in this series of eight focus on a particular taxonomy of road fault and the associated text from the manual. The photographs recreate example images from the manual, using faults that I found and photographed in the built landscape. Incisions in the mat reveal...

Something That Breaks Your Skin (Bleeding)

Something That Breaks Your Skin utilizes the bodily language from a U.S. State asphalt repair manual as both a starting point and a material. Each one of the photographic works in this series of eight focus on a particular taxonomy of road fault and the associated text from the manual. The photographs recreate example images from the manual, using faults that I found and photographed in the built landscape. Incisions in the mat reveal both...

Something That Breaks Your Skin (Bumps and Sags)

Something That Breaks Your Skin utilizes the bodily language from a U.S. State asphalt repair manual as both a starting point and a material. Each one of the photographic works in this series of eight focus on a particular taxonomy of road fault and the associated text from the manual. The photographs recreate example images from the manual, using faults that I found and photographed in the built landscape. Incisions in the mat reveal both...

Street Voids

This work is comprised of the negative spaces of potholes that I have casted. Altogether, the potholes become an archive of these negative spaces in the street. Arranged as if they are artifacts from a collection, each pothole sits inside a gridded presentation. Blackened steel and reflective metal, in-lieu of clinical white plywood, reflect yet disrupt the standard institutional display strategies. Each pothole is displayed inverted or upside down from its original source. With the...

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