I did an interview with Dwayne Butcher of Bmore Art.
Check It Out
I am concerned about global warming, habitat lost, and human extinction. I froze a banana peel in a block of ice. When the ice is completely melted, the polar bears will have to watchout! The signs are silk screened using Nazdar poly all series ink on blank polypropylene floor sign of an edition of 13.
Video on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B-UU3AvkFMI
A year ago, I made a drawing of LeBron James encountering difficulties on scoring a square basketball and hoop. This year, I attempted to make the painting into reality.
I made a square basketball out of a 12″ inflatable dice purchased off Amazon.com, and stitched faux leather together for upholstering. After the prototype, I made couple variations of the square basketball.
I have also created a square basketball hoop along with a circular backboard. I imagine, all the geometric shapes should switch-a-roo.
As a part of the group show Sunburns and Sirens at Current Space, The Square Basketball challenge is an interactive sculpture, which I invite audience to freely shoot the square basketball towards the square hoop. In the future I would save up money to make a full court game.
This is a memorial photo of my beloved pet Blingbling. It is a drawing on glass and exposed on photosensitive paper.
This is Chocolatechip Cookie’s alone time. She looks at herself in a continuous pretzel framed mirror, crying, unsatisfied with the looks of herself. In actuality, she is most beautiful, satisfying, and delicious.
Zoe Friedman and Myself will have an exhibit at WTMD Towson 89.7 radio station. “Everything On It” opens on 3.28.14, 7-10pm. Ghost Life and Mountain Peaks will perform at the opening. Great thanks to John Bohl, Stev Santillan, Mike Benevento, Jeffery Mcgrath, Eamon Espey, Cara Ober, Sam Sessa, and all the DJs at wtmd who open doors for Zoe and I.
Link to the interview: http://wtmd.org/radio/2014/03/26/inside-everything-on-it-wtmds-first-installation-art-exhibit/?=52493875
Sexy Potato, center of all the attention.
This is a painting by William Adolphe Bouguereau, circa 1886. This painting was attacked twice, once in 1890 and the other time in 1976. The attackers could not stand the nudity on both occasions. Well, I added in my sweet & sour cherub. Problem solved!