I have been added to the Parent Artist Index, a searchable database of artists making work about their experiences with reproduction, founded by Sarah Irvin.
The cat greets me upon my entrance
and rubs his head against my ankle.
I bend to let him rub my hand.
If I pick him up he will seem to like it for a moment before he bites.
After I pick him up he may or may not be upset about this
and terrorize the house.
He will lay down next to me.
If I pat him, he will bite me.
He will tempt me with his sweet shy face,
only wanting to lay, untouched in my company.
He will swat.
He will ask me for affection.
To be between spaces indicates an interval, a pause or a break, before a new beginning. Space can relate to both place and time, time is the soul of space as space is the body of time. When we read between the lines – it is space that gives us a moment to ponder hidden meanings and possibilities.Read More
A halo effect shown down from the old circular florescent light in the middle of the kitchen, a saint-like tilt to my head, one translucent face ascending, hovering over the other. I began to see myself as separate parts.Read More
the hot blowing casting of the Blue Box of Birds.
“_______ work” is a six-hour endurance performance drawing and installation I executed at the Vergette Gallery here at Southern Illinois University in the fall of 2016. The installation included a paper I patch worked together from tracing paper and wheat paste to the specific dimensions of the far wall of the gallery, 10 x 13 feet, three blown glass sculptures mounted to the walls of the gallery, and an armchair. The blown glass sculptures are abstract, organic, forms encrusted with glass nipples moulded from my own, and inlayed with mirror. Similarly, the repeated circular marks drawn in the performance are representative of nipples.Read More
“Trap” is a metaphor in process.Read More