We Will Not Watch Any More Boring Art.We Will Not Watch Any More Boring Art.We Will Not Watch Any More Boring Art.
Mission Calls (2008-2009) is a work composed by three large drawings that appear as a short storyboard of a performative act that anyone could do. The sequence shows a common street dog transforming into a rescue-dog and it is the artist, with a seemingly absurd and surreal gesture, that grants the unsuspecting dog this role of power.
Emergency Cabinet : This cabinet keeps a bible to prevent you from reading it until its absolutely necessary
What does it mean to listen to someone else’s ears? Can two people experience the same space at the same time? I want to slip between your ears and allow you to slip between mine.
Body, Environment, Food, Plastic, Audio Recording, Video Recording, Hair, Nails, Urine/Feces, Sweat, Breath
What is the body? How does it act as a volume of flux?
Inputs: air, food, drink, information (light, sound, smell, touch, taste, etc.), etc.
Outputs: breath, sweat, urine, feces, information, hairs, nails, skin, etc.
Donning the Void
Vacuum, Polycarbonate, Body, Fabric
The Vacuum Cuff allows the wearer to wrap themselves in vacuum as they move through their day, bringing empty space to the realm of the everyday/commonplace.
Reconstruction of a leaked cellphone video of Saddam Hussein’s execution
using found comments on the video posted on web forums
on the first day of the video’s appearance
8 mins 34 seconds
Single channel video projected on black painted surface
Black and white, no sound
Installation view (see documentation video)
This is where we’ll do it #5, 2008
YouTube video that was downloaded, partially erased
and uploaded to YouTube again
18 sec loop, black and white, no sound
From This is where we’ll do it, series of YouTube videos
from which the performing people were erased
XXXXXXXXX in the Expanded Field, 2008
Downloaded copy of Rosalind Krauss’ essay ‘Sculpture in the Expanded Field’
from which all references to art were removed using standard methods of redaction
Redistributed pdf, unlimited laser prints