Radical Art Theory Tuesdays was a lecture series that aimed to make art theory and art history relevant, necessary, and accessible. Writers, curators, and artists discussed narratives of the historically marginalized in an informal, welcoming setting.
I designed a series of animated digital posters, distributed via email, to take advantage of their small scale and intimate context. Bold titles intentionally overflow their container, and a series of provocative questions render the abstract subject matter immediate and concrete.
Examining the conflicted, shifting relationship between nature and the built environment, and the creation of a new, hybrid landscape combining the two.
An interactive photo booth that—in the tradition of Victorian spirit photography and New Age aura photography—reveals ghostly images of its past users.
These souvenirs/memento mori are printed on oversized receipt paper at the end of each interactive photo booth session shown in Traces.
A video essay maps and reflects on a visual ‘superstructure’ generated by a community of artists over twenty-five years.
In an accompanying performance, a drawing machine materializes communal networks for visitors in real time.
Imagery generated in The Superstructure forms the identity for a related event, taking on different qualities across a range of media.
Essays and archival documents live side-by-side in this online exhibit and database.