Crush at Liliana Bloch Gallery

CRUSH indicates feelings for another that are not shared, and situations of proximity, CRUSH that amplify loneliness or longing between people. These objects embody force made visible or feeling made fact. Clearly present, I am forced to be with these images now, yet memories from a previous time in a different place. CRUSH is the answer to the conundrum “what do I do now?” on view at Liliana Bloch Gallery until July 6th, 2014. Visit the CRUSH page for image information and writings by Tim Best.

Side Affects opening at Liliana Bloch Gallery

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 into foods with viruses. Additionally the FDA controls information about food that effects the rise and fall of health conditions in the United States. The free flow of information for nutrition is essential for people to be able to make good decisions for themselves and…

Field Projects #14 Trust in Me

My piece “Find her in the Bathroom” from my body of work “No Dream is Ever Just a Dream” is runner-up for the exhibition “Trust in Me” at Field Projects in Chelsea NYC opening Thursday June 11th. The piece features the same character ascending a staircase lit up through the bannister as she ascends in a suit she begins to see herself in the bathroom wearing a pink dress next to the shower with her facial features modified with those of a man. This arrangement of cliches brought together in a cross fade suggests a strange performance traverse domestic spaces…