Screen is a multimedia installation that transforms the gallery into a theatrical setting with bold color, scale shifts, and strategies that engage the viewer as both voyeur and subject. Throughout the installation, various kinds of screens offer a mediated experience of the space, from literal screens on monitors that present distorted and delayed images to walls that inhibit access to interior spaces. Mirrors and monitors function similarly to windows, but rather than give us an external view they simply reflect the space we are occupying back to us. These elements, along with sculptural figures that are intended to remind us of our own bodies, encourage a self-consciousness that highlights the prevalence of individual subjectivity in our experience of reality.
Click HERE to watch a 60 second walkthrough of my recent installation, Stage Left.
I'll be teaching a two-week workshop this summer at Anderson Ranch. Click HERE for more info.
Come sculpt with me at Alfred University this summer! I'm teaching a 2 week workshop from June 26-July 7, 2017. Click HERE for more info.
I have two sculptures in the Atlanta Biennial that is up at Atlanta Contemporary until December 18, 2016. The Biennial was curated by Daniel Fuller, Victoria Camblin, Aaron Levi Garvey, and Gia Hamilton and includes artists from eight Southern states. Click HERE for more info about the show.
Check out the November 2015 issue of Sculpture magazine to read a review of Intimate Strangers, my summer solo exhibiton at the Mindy Solomon Gallery in Miami.