I am learning Letterpress

Letterpress on Leather, AP, 2009
Editioned prints to come.
I am learning Letterpress as part of my residency at the Center for Book Arts.


Julius bootleg print, 2006-7
silkscreen and colored pencil on paper, 18"x24"

Julius is the oldest gay bar in West Village.
During one of my first visits to the bar, upon being introduced to the late and great bartender Joe, I inquired about this drawing signed Lowry, 1978. Not much information was culled regarding Lowry or the drawing. It's just there on the wall with all the other pieces of history. I offered my screenprinting services to the bar and made some bootleg tees and posters.

How did she find herself here?

How did she find herself here?
Nancy Holt, 1973-76
slide projection installation: 40 text & image slides on auto-replay
images projected from the ground to approximately knee height

In 1997, I visited Holt's seminal earthwork 'Sun Tunnels', situated in the Great Basin Desert, near Lucin, Utah. I shot these stills then, and made a set of slides by hand, using an outdated photo technology designed for creating films for exposing images for silkscreen. In spring 2007, I wrote these poetry-texts, in exploration of the erotics of collaboration and how pleasure lies in a landscape.

How did she find herself here?

May 15, 2007

On the occasion of the Whitney Independent Study Program Studio Exhibition,
I will present this new work:
How did she find herself here?
Nancy Holt, 1973-76

Please come!
May 19-27, 2007
an exhibition of works by the 2006-07 Studio Program participants of the Whitney ISP
Opening Reception Saturday May 19 6-8 pm
Gallery Hours Monday-Sunday 11 am - 6 pm

Artists Space
38 Greene Street, 3rd Floor
New York

Mauricio Arango, Brad Borevitz, Ginger Brooks Takahashi, Christine Davidson, David Dempewolf, Mansita Diawara, Ewa Einhorn, Redmond Entwistle, Brendan Fernandes, Elaine Gan, John Hawke, Edward Kihn, Jesper Nordahl, Saya Woolfalk

Our nature is our virture

cotton thread on paper, 5 3/4" x 7 1/2", 2006-7
Adopting text from Monique Wittig’s 1975 novel The Lesbian Body, I traipse between worlds of sexuality, violence, and love. With images of the Abu Ghraib prison perversions in our conscious and subconscious, I enter into this territory of violence, permitting the viewer to reflect on their own sexuality and desire.

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