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More Than

  • May 4, 2018
More Than

Metempsychosis themes meet the CRISPR series. The soul is spliced.  

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Large Scale Recombinant Installation

  • April 2, 2018
Large Scale Recombinant Installation

Multiple massive iterations of a painting as an ephemeral installation, outdoors or indoors. More information (images, concept) HERE (email for password). Color as space, painting as scupture, sculpture as installation, installation as metaphor. Some examples: linear, vortex and distributed versions:

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Artitechture

  • February 14, 2018
Artitechture

This work is a 12' high ephemeral architectonic palimpsest, a crystalline tornado poem, an optically shifting spaceship skyscraper, a bas-relief diagonal tower of babel. Future iterations will be even bigger -- 30' high or long (on the ground), painting as monumental architecture. (And art as physical & mental challenge -- ephemeral does not equal effortless.  Art as intense sport, as Sisyphean marathon.) As it is done directly on the wall, it can only be experienced in one location. And as all walls eventually come down, it's lo-fi high beauty that can only be experienced for a moment...

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What An Artist Does

  • April 20, 2017
What An Artist Does

IMAGE: recombinant sculpture; resequenced paintings; palimpsest series, and brand new series UPDATE:  I spent 70hrs/week for 6 weeks at an art residency, a CRISPR SCULPTR, this painting-as-sculpture-as-installation-as-function ... artwork as endurance sport, as improvisational music, as gene-edited... here's some images of the recombinant work: See here for many other  Projects Every so often someone asks me "What do you do everyday?". I'm surprised at people's surprise at how much there is to do as an artist -- I suppose the romantic idea of just making stuff whenever 'inspired'...

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Art at Collector’s

  • March 5, 2017
Art at Collector’s

A survey of sold works across different series, all sizes, in situ in diverse locations (lobbies, yacht, offices, mansions, condos...); see the Projects page for bigger images.  

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