1,758 Works

Halfies, Pt. 5: Lucille

Detail, 2.

Terminal Ballistics

Amalgamation of fractured aircraft, cut landscapes, smokey ink mist, and semiotics of Army graphics- Base indoctrinating materials (AH-64D Longbow Study Guide, and the Air Force Magazine)

Eat Me, Baby, One More Time

Performative social object in which cake was offered with no serving or eating utensils or dishes.

Documenting a Pile #1.

Detail.

Halfies, Pt. 1: Úrsula

Detail, 1.

And We Will Know This Place for the First Time

Installation View, 2.

Land Rearranged (still)

Unearthed debris used as relics in a geomantic incantation. A lyrical contemplation of winter’s ghosts.

Jesus Rocks

Detail

Of, Within, and Beneath the Earth

Detail, 1.

Silver in the Churn (still)

An exploration of the abstract lyrical quality of superstition and ritualistic action as a grappling with the invisible forces of time and power that structure society. Looping as a technical approach to both sound and image becomes a metaphor for ritual.

A Few Things We Can’t Explain and Certainly Aren’t Going to Just Ignore.

site responsive performance installation at The Fruit, Durham, NC.

Last Supper #5

Detail

Installation at Ackland Art Museum

Selections from Ikebana and Sumida to Simcoe series (2018-19), Installation view, Ackland Art Museum, Chapel Hill, NC, April 2019

Documenting a Pile #1

Detail.

Ikebana #11

This work references ikebana, the Japanese art of formal flower arrangement.

A Few Things We Can’t Explain and Certainly Aren’t Going to Just Ignore.

site responsive performance installation at The Fruit, Durham, NC.

The Room of My Own

The Room of my Own is an example of a body evolved into a new ideal. This form molded out of human hair on a steel frame is approximately 81” tall and filled predominantly with thyme as well as some grasses, cacti, and succulents. It acts as a form and a space within this future world contingent upon location but also with materials that are decontextualized from their location.Were more forms like this to exist...

Silver in the Churn (still)

An exploration of the abstract lyrical quality of superstition and ritualistic action as a grappling with the invisible forces of time and power that structure society. Looping as a technical approach to both sound and image becomes a metaphor for ritual.

D/Reconstructed Samurais #17

This series developed from my explorations in origami, geometry, samurai, and Japanese history.

Revolting Britney

Self-iteration as Britney Spears from 2001 VMA performance of "I'm a Slave 4 U"

Climate Anxiety: Installation Image from Sacred Wasteland at the Ackland Art Museum

Installation from series Climate Anxiety

Untitled, from Sunday Paintings.

From Sunday Paintings series.

Halos of Happiness #3.

From Halos of Happiness series.

Silver in the Churn (video excerpt)

An exploration of the abstract lyrical quality of superstition and ritualistic action as a grappling with the invisible forces of time and power that structure society. Looping as a technical approach to both sound and image becomes a metaphor for ritual.

Sumida to Simcoe #1

Sumida River, Tokyo, and Lake Simcoe (S. Ontario) refer to my emigration journey from Japan to Canada.

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