With Very Little Space Between
Solo exhibition at English Harbour Art Centre, English Harbour, NL. Featuring work that explores the notion of closeness in time and space.
Tiny 10-frame watercolour animations in praxinoscopes. A praxinoscope is an animation device from the 1800s. In order to view the animation you must spin the device and look in the mirror.
It’s okay to be tired
Come inside and let yourself yawn in a supportive, non-judgemental atmosphere, interact with a sleepy animation, and rest your head on an empathetic talking pillow.
A Day in the Life Of
An installation that questions how the intimacy of a day’s passing can be expressed.
My face, bird face
My face, bird face investigates the ways we anthropomorphize animals through our own impersonation of them.
Every day I wake up Installation Shots
Images of Every day I wake up installed in Eastern Edge Gallery's Rogue Gallery project space
In the spirit of gift giving
A series of watercolors based on and given to friends who are also artists
Bring to Light, installation shots
Exhibition shots of work installed at St. Michael's Printshop, St. John's, NL.
As part of an Art=Work forum regarding budget cuts to the arts in NL, I organized a performance piece called Assemble
Our Memories Will be Calcivorous
Following instructions by Jonathan S. Green, I eat a poutine off a lithographic limestone and etch the grease stain
Museum of Spotlit Objects (MOSO)
Series of photographs of spotlit objects I have collected throughout my life.