Rubble collected from construction sites in Seoul, South Korea, house paints in colors of local gardens
Exhibition view at Martin Art Gallery, Muhlenberg College
Inhabit and Electronic Garden / Slow Burn; Glass beads, charred driftwood, defunct electronic parts, electrical/audio wire, petrified wood, Cassiterite, Bauxite, Sphalerite, Chalcopyrite, wood, cast concrete, rebar
Defunct electronic parts, electrical/audio wire, petrified wood, Cassiterite, Bauxite, Sphalerite, Chalcopyrite, wood
Sidewalk bricks, numerous layers of hand-polished pigment, wood structure (one version created with bricks from Seoul, South Korea; another with bricks from rural Ohio)
27.5" x 41"
Woven yarn, charred wood branch, bamboo stakes, plaster, blown glass, sealed containers of fermenting peppers, red chili pepper powder, sulphur powder, rolling pallet
Stack of work shirt sleeves made with hand and machine stitching. Each sleeve is created from a single sheet of office paper, folded and stitched, featuring hand-drawn patterns, and buttons; cast concrete
Collage created from black and blue parts torn from newspaper images, newspapers from Seoul, wood panel
43" x 37"
Bamboo steamers, bamboo stakes, rocks, branches, construction mesh, concrete, asphalt, gold mirror, thread, fermented Korean vegetables/spices; Video documents 3 children in my neighborhood creating forms out of a giant pile of construction bricks
Electrical wire collected from construction sites in Beijing, wood coated in asphalt, string
26 x 13.5"
Electrical wire collected from construction sites in Beijing, asphalt, spray paint, string dipped in asphalt
11 x 16"
Color copies of a photo of flowers I took while traveling; 50+ generations made while at my office job, cut and mounted on foam board, wood structure
84" x 75" x 15"
Graph paper, house paint, trash bag, plastic bag, cardboard, receipts, envelopes
35" x 37" x 6"
Found wood, packing tape, electrical tape, electrical wire, paper clips, spray paint, brass nail
31" x 11" x 5.5"
Apartment and studio castoffs, including old letters, postcards, grocery bags
31" diameter, 6" deep
Graph paper, plastic buttons; bank check, grocery bag, electrical wire
20" x 28" x 3"; 7" x 5.5"
76 Pages, Clothbound Hardcover, Published by D.A.P.
8.5" x 10.5"