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Meeting point
Meeting point

Concrete tablet, and takeaway charcoal rubbing

Meeting point was developed as a response to the history of cruising culture. The work was created as this idea of creating a tablet or a marker as a recognizable point in which two forms come together. Similar to the charcoal touching the paper or the paper touching the stone. In the act of the take away the meeting point is removed from existing as a singular and becomes something which exists in the many.

 

 

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And After That We Didn't See Each Other Much
And After That We Didn't See Each Other Much

Exhibition / BFA panel critique/ MNG  

Untitled ( I pack you away), 2016

Plastic bag, found clothing

Meeting point, 2016

Concrete tablet, and take-away newsprint charcoal rubbings

Leather, 2016

My father's leather jacket, wood dowling

I'm sorry (Casablanca Lilies), 2016

Casablanca lilies, and replenished takeaway flower notes

And After That We Didnt See Each Other Much is composed of work examining roles of iconic masculinity and sentimentality challenging notions of sexuality, the past, loss, and queer identity. Blue jeans and white shirt were this fabricated uniform of masculinity, through its connections to idealistic men like James Dean, Bruce Springsteen, or Steve McQueen. It was the look of the liberated urban man. Tight Fitting white shirt tucked into tight fitting blue jeans, evokes the expression of the nostalgic sexual male. I use this as an abundantly overly romanticized nostalgic expression of male sexuality and a means to explore the absent male body and as an act of silent rebellion in claiming these iconic images of nostalgic masculinity as queer and sentimental.  

 

 

Only Strangers Never lovers
Only Strangers Never lovers

Edition of posters, 2017

The young punks are running naked into the night
The young punks are running naked into the night

Edition of endlessly photocopied posters, 2017

All we are doing is waiting for something to happen
All we are doing is waiting for something to happen

Edition of endlessly photocopied posters, 2017

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Untitled-1.jpg
Untitled-5.jpg
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Acts of Rebellion
Acts of Rebellion

ongoing project of hand painted signs, 2017- 

Poster Boy
Poster Boy

Inkjet print on photo paper, wood dowling, 2017

BLOODY KNUCKLES
BLOODY KNUCKLES

Wood Arrow, cooper, paper, ink, 2017

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Twenty-Something
Twenty-Something

Red dyed concrete, blue jeans, white shirt, 2017

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HE DRIVES AT NIGHT
HE DRIVES AT NIGHT
Clif and Hal2.jpg
Oscar
Oscar
OUTLAW, REBEL, PUNK, CREATURE, LOVER
OUTLAW, REBEL, PUNK, CREATURE, LOVER

Edition of posters, 2017 

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Floorboards
Floorboards

Charcoal rubbing, Edition of posters, 2018 

I often.jpg
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5-29566- Image.JPG
Meeting point
1- 29566- Image.JPG
6.JPG
And After That We Didn't See Each Other Much
Only Strangers Never lovers
The young punks are running naked into the night
All we are doing is waiting for something to happen
2.jpg
4.jpg
Untitled-1.jpg
Untitled-5.jpg
8.jpg
Acts of Rebellion
Poster Boy
BLOODY KNUCKLES
6.JPG
Twenty-Something
9.JPG
HE DRIVES AT NIGHT
Clif and Hal2.jpg
Oscar
OUTLAW, REBEL, PUNK, CREATURE, LOVER
8.JPG
Floorboards
I often.jpg
Meeting point

Concrete tablet, and takeaway charcoal rubbing

Meeting point was developed as a response to the history of cruising culture. The work was created as this idea of creating a tablet or a marker as a recognizable point in which two forms come together. Similar to the charcoal touching the paper or the paper touching the stone. In the act of the take away the meeting point is removed from existing as a singular and becomes something which exists in the many.

 

 

And After That We Didn't See Each Other Much

Exhibition / BFA panel critique/ MNG  

Untitled ( I pack you away), 2016

Plastic bag, found clothing

Meeting point, 2016

Concrete tablet, and take-away newsprint charcoal rubbings

Leather, 2016

My father's leather jacket, wood dowling

I'm sorry (Casablanca Lilies), 2016

Casablanca lilies, and replenished takeaway flower notes

And After That We Didnt See Each Other Much is composed of work examining roles of iconic masculinity and sentimentality challenging notions of sexuality, the past, loss, and queer identity. Blue jeans and white shirt were this fabricated uniform of masculinity, through its connections to idealistic men like James Dean, Bruce Springsteen, or Steve McQueen. It was the look of the liberated urban man. Tight Fitting white shirt tucked into tight fitting blue jeans, evokes the expression of the nostalgic sexual male. I use this as an abundantly overly romanticized nostalgic expression of male sexuality and a means to explore the absent male body and as an act of silent rebellion in claiming these iconic images of nostalgic masculinity as queer and sentimental.  

 

 

Only Strangers Never lovers

Edition of posters, 2017

The young punks are running naked into the night

Edition of endlessly photocopied posters, 2017

All we are doing is waiting for something to happen

Edition of endlessly photocopied posters, 2017

Acts of Rebellion

ongoing project of hand painted signs, 2017- 

Poster Boy

Inkjet print on photo paper, wood dowling, 2017

BLOODY KNUCKLES

Wood Arrow, cooper, paper, ink, 2017

Twenty-Something

Red dyed concrete, blue jeans, white shirt, 2017

HE DRIVES AT NIGHT
Oscar
OUTLAW, REBEL, PUNK, CREATURE, LOVER

Edition of posters, 2017 

Floorboards

Charcoal rubbing, Edition of posters, 2018 

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