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Experiential art is to me the most valuable form of art to date. It addresses every aspect of the human condition by having the audience enter into a situation of their own volition, allowing the viewer to learn from their own understanding of the art.

Something that also might interest you are my Selected Exhibits, in the highest degree of control is used to control the way my work is received.

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Google Detroit Collaborative Mural

Wednesday, April 21, 2010

"Human Static"

Accompanied by 300 page step-animation:


Concept: Drawing abstract forms from the ether, deriving meaning out of repetition. Audio by Marcel Duchapm ca. 1945.

Featured in: "The Late Work," by Christopher Ho and Kevin Zucker

"Admiration of the Termite"

 Concept: attempting to create natural shapes and structures without attempting to compete aesthetically. Only afterward is the work"finished" with a frame. The Box in the center containing termite eaten wood in aesthetically beautiful assemblage.

Life Inside the Lense

  Concept: A conversation about the role of the mechanism in the operation of the photographer. The recreation of this dichotomy in hand painted panels of lense flares from what is imagined to be, "what the mechanism sees but never captures."


Concept: A tromp l'oeil decorated box with a bird nest, bird house, and venetian glass blown egg (with bone mixed into glass, giving it a reflective rainbow color). A conversation on the audacity of human beings to assert our great craft over mother natures most adaptable animal.

"Untitled" refrigerator installation


Concept: To construct an installation out of materials, which cannot be disposed of: Refrigerators, microwaves, propane tanks, air-conditioners, car parts. A conversation about waste relocation and human consumption of natural resources. 

Installation active for one month, then disassembled and relocated to the Providence Town wast-dump; where it is still on exhibit. (A black refrigerator in the middle of a white pile of stacked refrigerators.)

Mind on Mecca : Chicago

This photo is REAL (promise)

Concept: Pop-Up Graffiti Installation. Transform a 3-D space into an interactive graffiti installation. Evoking the concept of introspection (autology) through heterology.

"Wayward" - 90ft Graffiti Installation in Providence, RI 2008

 Concept: a 24-hour installation in a public space located off of Gano St. in Providence, RI (hint: look towards the river)

Can Abstract/fine art exist in a public venue, removed from its own context?