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Orbit

24 October, 2012

Materials: Carbon Steel, Aluminum, Nylon, Motors, Control Electronics.

Location: Marin Headlands, CA.

Statement: 
The place where past and present meet is a liminal state. It is not unlike the skin that protects internal organs from the elements, or the surface of the ocean, where vessels skim the division between sea and sky. The place where past and present meet is not unlike a window, which allows views in as well as out.

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Press:
Bay Citizen
Disquiet
The Present Group

Photography: Andria Lo


 
 
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Vessels

12 April, 2012

Materials: Borosilicate Glass, Aluminum, Delrin, Rubber, Scent.

Locations shown: Marin Headlands, CA. 2011, The Performance Art Institute, CA. 2012

Statement:
The painter says that the graphic novelist damages the image by trampling it with text. The video artist says that the painter leverages nostalgia for ancient craft at the expense of modern craft. The sound artist says that the visual artist’s hegemony keeps sound registered as a second-class citizen, and then mumbles something about “apartheid,” as if floating a rhetorical test balloon. (It sinks.) The sculptor says that the visual artist and sound artist are coddled in the gallery, while sculptures weather the elements in the inevitable, and far from Edenic, “garden.” The tactile artist bemoans being stuck at the kids table. And the smell artist? No one asks the smell artist. No one notices the smell artist is in the room.

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Press:
Disquiet

Images from opening.



 
 
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Mälzel

06 June, 2013

Materials:  Walhalla, People, Paper, Cotton.

Location: Regensburg, Germany

Date: July 6th 2013

A series of works that acknowledge the impact of Regensburg native Johann Nepomuk Mälzel, who in 1815 perfected the metronome.