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My artwork takes a critical view of social, political and cultural issues. Often referencing American history, my work explores the varying relationships between popular culture and fine art. Having engaged subjects as diverse as the civil rights movement, southern rock music and modernist architecture, my work reproduces familiar visual and aural signs, arranging them into new conceptually layered installations.
I think of my installations as unfinished inventories of fragments: objects, drawings, paintings, photographs, and other inventions.
My arrangements are schematic, inviting the viewer to move into a space of speculation. I rely on our desires for beauty, poetics and seduction.
Art Industry Trends
Traditionally an artist would need to establish a reputation, present to a dealer, become attached exclusively to a gallery and once fully established, their work would be sold through auction. “This traditional route to the market has been dramatically altered by the advent of street art and the champions in that field who use social online platforms and websites to share and promote their work directly to the public.
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