I’ve been a busy bee – a few projects stand out as particularly special…
I spent the early part of 2013 creating “Pattern” (an installation of video mapped animations projected onto sculpted paper dresses) for FORM and SUBSTANCE: Projection Mapping in Contemporary Art – a groundbreaking group show curated by Integrated Visions.
Check out the video of this piece…
… and you should READ THIS! Some Thoughts on PATTERN
Another favorite project was the custom, hand-cut paper bellybands I created for the JONES artbook – A book dedicated to help fund the documentary Better Things: The Life and Choices of Jeffrey Catherine Jones. The book is a 64-page collection of artwork from artists in the comics, publishing, role-playing, and entertainment field.
The development of my “Vanitas” series is still going strong. In fact, one of my newest Vanitas paper skull dioramas appeared in “Realms of the Unreal”, a Henry Darger themed group show at Gristle Tattoo + Gallery (Brooklyn, NY) – curated by Samantha Levin.
I will also be showing a few of my favorite pieces at Mark Miller Gallery in a group show, called “Tell Them Stories:Origins”- curated by Tun Myaing and Marshall Jones. The Opening Reception is October 8th, 6-9pm. Details here.
Lastly, my studio is getting pretty full and I need to make some room to make more work! I would love to find new homes for some of my art, so if you are interested in a particular piece, send me a private message and I’ll let you know if it’s available.
Be sure to stop by again soon!