Artwork vs. the Work of Artists
Artwork vs. the Work of Artists

Risograph printed artist book that explores the problem of insularity within the art world. It goes on to pose alternative models for artist-work that allows for a more democratic distribution of creative thought and resources.

5"x7", 2017

Iswhere Artis
Iswhere Artis

Screen printed text, gesso, MDF Panel.

4”x8 3/4”, 2016

K&S Precision Metals
K&S Precision Metals

Double sided drypoint etchings.

5"x7", 2016

Propositions
Propositions

Using data from a mass survey conducted by the artist, "Propositions" takes 10 anonymous respondents' opinions on 10 topics and frames them as a set of prompts in conversation with one another. Digitally printed.

8 1/2"x11", 2016

Pay Rent
Pay Rent

Screen printed MDF Panels.

8”x8 3/4”, 2016

The Value of Art
The Value of Art

“The Value of Art” is a risograph printed artist book that repurposes text from a book originally published by a bank on the topic of wealth management for art purchases of over $10,000.

8 1/2"x11" 2017

May/Not
May/Not

“May Not” is a iterative set of books that contain drawings, photographs, and diagrams regarding authenticity and appropriation.  Digitally and screen printed.

8"x10", 2016-2017

Research for Cultural Producers
Research for Cultural Producers

An ongoing project in which the artist offered research services to facilitate other producers’ work and life and create a collective archive. The full collection of 33 producer catalogues is available for viewing in uniform .5”x 8 1/2"x11" binders.

2016

A Profitable Manifesto
A Profitable Manifesto

A collection of 200 responses to a survey conducted by the artist that required participants to take declarative positions. Each respondent was compensated $2. 

2015

The Other Side of White Walls
The Other Side of White Walls

Risograph printed collaborative book that explores modes of claiming creative space without institutional support. Contributors: Raquel Hung, Rod Sawyer

5”x7”, 2017

Shouldn't You be Working?
Shouldn't You be Working?

Drypoint Etching, screenprinting, drawing on pegboard, MDF and glass.

Dimensions vary, 2016

public wrks
public wrks

Digitally printed photo book of unconventional instances in public urban space.

8"x10", 2017

Artwork vs. the Work of Artists
Iswhere Artis
K&S Precision Metals
Propositions
Pay Rent
The Value of Art
May/Not
Research for Cultural Producers
A Profitable Manifesto
The Other Side of White Walls
Shouldn't You be Working?
public wrks
Artwork vs. the Work of Artists

Risograph printed artist book that explores the problem of insularity within the art world. It goes on to pose alternative models for artist-work that allows for a more democratic distribution of creative thought and resources.

5"x7", 2017

Iswhere Artis

Screen printed text, gesso, MDF Panel.

4”x8 3/4”, 2016

K&S Precision Metals

Double sided drypoint etchings.

5"x7", 2016

Propositions

Using data from a mass survey conducted by the artist, "Propositions" takes 10 anonymous respondents' opinions on 10 topics and frames them as a set of prompts in conversation with one another. Digitally printed.

8 1/2"x11", 2016

Pay Rent

Screen printed MDF Panels.

8”x8 3/4”, 2016

The Value of Art

“The Value of Art” is a risograph printed artist book that repurposes text from a book originally published by a bank on the topic of wealth management for art purchases of over $10,000.

8 1/2"x11" 2017

May/Not

“May Not” is a iterative set of books that contain drawings, photographs, and diagrams regarding authenticity and appropriation.  Digitally and screen printed.

8"x10", 2016-2017

Research for Cultural Producers

An ongoing project in which the artist offered research services to facilitate other producers’ work and life and create a collective archive. The full collection of 33 producer catalogues is available for viewing in uniform .5”x 8 1/2"x11" binders.

2016

A Profitable Manifesto

A collection of 200 responses to a survey conducted by the artist that required participants to take declarative positions. Each respondent was compensated $2. 

2015

The Other Side of White Walls

Risograph printed collaborative book that explores modes of claiming creative space without institutional support. Contributors: Raquel Hung, Rod Sawyer

5”x7”, 2017

Shouldn't You be Working?

Drypoint Etching, screenprinting, drawing on pegboard, MDF and glass.

Dimensions vary, 2016

public wrks

Digitally printed photo book of unconventional instances in public urban space.

8"x10", 2017

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