OLD: SCREENPRINTS AND PAINTINGS
Work made before I became a video and new media artist.
CALL POLICE was a screenpring I made 20 editions of to wheatpaste in public spaces of my hometown of Saginaw, Michigan and 10 editions to exhibit and keep in my own collection. The print appropriates a monument in Saginaw in honor of Henri Nouvel, the first white man in the Saginaw Valley. Placed on Ojibway Island, a man-made island on the Saginaw River that divides the east and west side of the very segregated city, the monument is a named in honor of the Native Americans whose demise the "first white man in the Saginaw Valley" led to the demise of, the monument exists as a contradictory
BIKE PANIC WITH 1992 SONY HANDYCAMS, 2008
BIKE PANIC WITH 1992 SONY HANDYCAMS is a purposefully low-quality screenprint made from a photograph affiliated with my Real, Live Feeds project.
UNTITLED SCREENPRINT, 2008
AND MY LUNGS GLISTENED WITH URINE BECAUSE I PISSED IN HUMIDIFIER, 2007
AND MY LUNGS GLISTENED WITH URINE BECAUSE I PISSED IN HUMIDIFIER was the last painting I ever made.