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Marked Landmark, 2016

archival ink jet print

Edition of 50, published by Nothing Else Press. Photo: Toni Hafkenscheld.

An arrangement of tape rolls collected over several years, scavenged both locally and in various hardware stores around the world. The tape tower becomes an obelisk, a marker of time and place, as well as a directional monument to moving forward.


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Slinkyshaker (silver and gold), 2014

spice shakers, slinkies

open edition


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Between the Future and the Past, 2012 

hourglass, spraypaint

edition of 20 (1 AP)

An opaque hourglass prevents the viewing of passing time, but rather allows you to feel or hear its shifting weight.


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a rock and a hard place, 2014 

cinder block, flagging paint

open varied edition

A cinder block covered in flagging paint offers a proposition for its alternative purposes. It hovers somewhere in between the two by both blending in and standing out. It exists as neither while being both. 


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Socket (Electrical), 2013 

plaster, rare earth magnets

open edition

Plaster casts were made to look like electrical sockets to be affixed where they could naturally exist. They go unnoticed until someone attempts to use them for their apparent purpose.


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