Category Archives for: Images

June 17, 2013

Thank you, Glasgow

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Last week in Glasgow was perfect. A very chill visit with lots of walking, good food, and quality hanging out. Not to mention installing BASIC NEEDS at Good Press! I’ll be posting photos very soon, but for now I’ve updated the Scotland section of my Pictures from placesSpecial thanks to Matt and Jess, both of whom are amazing people!

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May 15, 2013

old poems

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Some photos from my working title installation at KHiO last year.. found while organizing files on my computer. Currently looking through all the old grant applications I wrote that I thought were so brilliant but were all rejected. Too old to be a prodigy, too young to be wise.

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April 11, 2013

Pictures from Places

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Last night I had a dream that I was traveling and taking pictures. In this dream I was a bit stressed because I had forgotten my battery charger back at home. Also when it came time to choose where to sleep, none of the rooms filled with people had space for me. I didn’t fit in anywhere.


Anyway, for the last year I’ve been working on a collection of my travel photos. Here.




February 5, 2013

turning objects into images

Filed under: Images, Publications





Lately I’ve been very busy with my post at the Art Academy. Next week I’ll be helping a class of students fabricate a moderately complicated publication (in an edition of 200) almost entirely in-house at the art school.

I’m also participating in the publication, entitled Parallel Academy, which (in short) is a collection of notes, sketches, and other materials (in my case, “study objects”) from students and teachers that compose what is not usually shown to the public . Later this spring we will have a book release at UKS, so more on this later..


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December 30, 2012


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So many fireworks + so many graphic images in Copenhagen these last few days.

Happy (almost) New Year!

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