America: Together, Apart > Works

This body of work, America: Together, Apart, takes its name from Jacques Rancière's analogy utilizing the poet Mallarmé's The White Waterlily in his seminal text The Emancipated Spectator. It seeks to address how division is a construct used by the power structure to manipulate and control discourse and thus maintain its privileged position.

Stigma
Digital Print on Aluminum
14 x 11 inches
2017
Impermanence of Memory
Gelatin Silver Print, Frame
14 x 18 inches FRAMED
2016
The United Police States of America
Police tape, Packing tape, Thread
24 x 48 inches
2016
a piece critiquing the use, by institutions, of manufactured division as a social construct to maintain power
American Flag, Frames
h: 24 x w: 18 inches EACH
2012
a medium sized work addressing themes of iconography and national identity.
Archival Print on handmade paper, Frame
h: 14 x w: 11 inches FRAMED
2012
a piece addressing a call for unity between faiths and attempt to see the artificial nature of the so-called division between faiths.
Machine Woven Tapestry
h: 60 x w: 50 inches
2012
a piece critiquing the use, by institutions, of manufactured division as a social construct to maintain power
Paper, Board, Frame
h: 9 x w: 12 inches
2012
a medium sized work addressing symbols and signs and the value placed upon them.
Archival Print, Frame
h: 20 x w: 16 inches
2012
a piece addressing the oppressive role guns rights advocates play in the American discourse
Archival Print on Canson Stock
h: 12 x w: 9 inches
2012
A piece addressing the role language plays in the war machine.
Archival Print on Canson Stock
h: 12 x w: 9 inches
2012
A large framed piece addressing treatment, or the lack thereof, for the mentally ill in America
Fibers, Board, Frame
36 x 36 inches
2014
Strange fruit
Color Photograph, frame
9 x 12 inches
2014
This piece recounts the story of the boys from Atalissa.
Article 1 of the US Constitution, Ink, Frame
14 x 11 inches
2014
A small wall sculpture addressing half hearted attempts at mending fences in small town America
Inkjet Print, Frame, Braces, Screws
14 x 11 x 1.38 inches
2014
Life
Bronzed shoes, chain
variable Dimensions
2014
Addressing the historical and cultural ramifications of the presidency of Ronald Reagan.
Color photograph, frame
18 x 24 inches
2014
St. Ferguson's Cross
Ink, Rives BFK, Frame
10 x 8 inches
2014
a work on paper addressing themes of contemporary culture and global inequity
Archival Print on Rives BFK
h: 19 x w: 13 inches
2012
a piece addressing real vs perceived struggle in contemporary media culture.
Archival Print on Rives BFK
h: 19 x w: 13 inches
2012
A piece addressing the foolishness of assuming that our cultures relationship to violence in the media is somehow a recent development.
Archival Print on Rives BFK
h: 19 x w: 13 inches
2013
A piece addressing the hypocrisy inherent our coverage of the war on terror
Archival Prints on Watercolor Paper
h: 15 x w: 11 inches
2013
A piece addressing the re-alignment of values that has occurred in contemporary America
Archival Print on Rives BFK
h: 19 x w: 13 inches
2013
Terrorist?
Archival Inkjet Print
15 x 11 inches
2014
Makers X Takers
Archival Inkjet Print
15 x 11 inches
2014
A piece addressing reality versus perception when it comes to American politics
Archival Print on Rives BFK
h: 19 x w: 13 inches
2013