My work functions within a dialogue that simultaneously converses with the past and present. I combine elements of drawing, installation and performance to continually maneuver between these two points.
What these junctures depict and ultimately represent are based on the various forms of collecting and archiving from which my practice stems. It is through these research-oriented processes that the act of locating the hidden layers of meaning, inherent within everything, becomes most meaningful.
As of late, my work has led me to an interest in fusing certain strains of popular culture with specific historical events, to reinterpret notions of memory, time and place within the social, cultural and political arenas of American society.
Select Solo Exhibitions
Motown Took Us There And Motown Brought Us Back, Crisp London/Los Angeles,
We Gotta Get Out Of This Place, Lime Gallery, CalArts, Valencia, Calif.
Select Group Exhibitions
Post American L.A., 18th Street Art Center, Santa Monica, Calif.
A>B: A Field Guide To Urban Commuting, FOCA, Los Angeles
Drip Event (For George Brecht), Pawn Shop, Los Angeles
Select Community-Based Artwork
Visiting Artist, Venice High School
(In conjunction with Post American L.A., 18th Street Art Center, Santa Monica,
California Institute of the Arts, Valencia, Calif.
Otis College of Art and Design, Los Angeles