NPR’s Marketplace piece on Modern Ruin in Dallas on Sunday 2/21/2010. I participated by using the space as a stage and making some performance-scape photographs. I also had my cast bronze coins with bite-marks as a check of authenticity…
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No dream is ever just a dream on display at Barrister’s from December 14th, 2013 to January 4th, 2014 is a collection of work made from April 2013 up to December 2013. The exhibition consists of four photographs from the series No dream is ever just a dream mounted on aluminum. A video installation entitled […]
Flagpole Hill: Lyrical Claims 1. A hand claws at the dirt and simultaneously feels the physical inscription impressed on the moist earth. The message is clear: read the mud. 2. Imagine the position of the observer on top of Flagpole Hill synthesizing disparate memories into a fantasy about what is desired most in this place, […]
Andrey Tarkovsky’s work on film editing “Sculpting in Time” tells us that the rhythm of a film is created by the time-thrust within the frames. This characteristic of time is recorded by the camera and determines the rhythm of the shot. The edited film does not change the time-thrust but presents a new awareness of […]
Had a great time at the opening of “Side Affects” last night at Liliana Bloch’s Gallery with Timmy and the family on Commerce Street in downtown Dallas. The show was about how the FDA was initially established to protect us from food contamination is now supporting genetically modified foods contaminated with modifications that insert DNA […]
“No Dream is Never Just a Dream” establishes cinematic tropes from film noir, pin-up and BDSM in a domestic space to amplify the fluidity of gender roles between the characters and their relationship to place and the uncanny. Images overlay and fade from one image to the other to disallow the gaze to position itself […]