“Midnight Caesura” at Jaus Gallery

I was part of a group show, ‘Midnight Caesura’, curated by artist Eve Wood, at Jaus Gallery, in Los Angeles, from April 5th to May 19th, 2013.   The group exhibition continued JAUS’ 2013 program of 6 exhibitions based around a color or grouping of colors.  For this offering, Wood proposed the word, “midnight” as in […]

Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects – Summer Viewing Rooms

“Summer Viewing Rooms” at Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects, July 13 – August 24, 2013.  Artists:  Julie Adler,  Nick Aguayo, Edgar Arceneaux, Whitney Bedford, Sean Duffy, Nicole Eisenman, Mark Flores, Olga Koumoundouros, and Esther Pearl Watson.  Six paintings from the series ‘Vacant Masses‘ were featured in the show.

Campbell Hall Residency – Lodged (part III)

I was artist in residence in the Spring 2014 at Campbell Hall school in Studio City, CA, specifically learning about printmaking, and I experimented with a wide array of printmaking processes: etching, linocut, collagraph, monoprint, and photo-transfer, all of which were on view in the elegant Campbell Hall school gallery. For this show, some of the content for my imagery […]

En Plein Air – Residency at Ecole Nationale des Beaux Arts

During a year’s residency in Paris (1994-95) at the Ecole Nationale des Beaux Arts, in the atelier of artist Annette Messager, I made this work.  Considering the fact that I was quite ill most of that time, suffering from relentless skin rashes all over my neck and face and constant fatigue, I managed to go […]

Anathema for a Few Bodies

A mythical musing through Manhattan and Montauk.  The original inspiration for this piece came from the Sacre Coeur in Paris.  Upon seeing a small statue of the Virgin Mary placed in a wooden box, I decided to make my own, that I could fit into.  Then the box went on location.  To Montauk where with […]

Tunnel Love

A spontaneous improvisational performance in Placerita Canyon, CA by composer/performer/collaborator Joshua Yang and myself. (1997)

Of Its W(h)ole(y)ness

Risking self-contempt, in the spectacle, ‘shut up, you’re making a scene,’how can I make a spectacle of myself and call it liberating? Questions to consider when creating something, I made a 4 1/2 foot high steel pedestal with red velvet base and revolving top. Standing tall, and wanting to feel what it is like to […]

Next to the Pale

Chair on wheels. Extended torso, more limbs. I decided to wheel this around the streets and it eventually became the video piece here as well as the main object in a theatre piece called ‘Vaginamouth’ for Los Angeles Women’s Theater Festival as well as the featured ‘character’ in Chair, a video collaboration between myself and […]