OLD: SCREENPRINTS AND PAINTINGS
Work made before I became a video and new media artist.
CALL POLICE, screenprint, 2008
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, screenprint, 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, oil on canvas, 2007
AND MY LUNGS GLISTENED WITH URINE BECAUSE I PISSED IN HUMIDIFIER was the last painting I ever made.
I'm a video/new media artist, educator, writer, and curator living in Chicago, IL. My work undermines the interfaces of consumer electronics and digital structures to liberate their latent audio and video materialities in videos, performances, and installations.
I teach in the Film, Video, New Media, and Animation department at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and work as the Assistant curator of the Roger Brown Study Collection.
April 2019 essay on Rolling Ryot's Rainforest Reverb published in exhibition catalog for 2019 Fusebox Festival, Austin, TX
February 28, 2019 RGB.VGA.VOLT performance for the Performing Media Festival at Indiana University South Bend
February 18 - March 9, 2019 2019 Romp Through the Sandin Image Processor exhibited in the Performing Media Exhibition at Indiana University South Bend
January 25, 2019 Aesthetic Catharsis in the Era of American Fascists screens at Collective Misnomer's "the way things are. the way they are going to be." at the Dikeou Pop-Up, Denver, CO