I am currently a featured artist in a group show titled “Prolonged Exposure” at the Invisible Dog Art Center in Brooklyn, New York. Recession arts published a short interview discussing my work, my process and motivation.
Prolonged Exposure explores boredom and restlessness as charged affects, suspended between detachment and agitation, inertia and change. Works in the exhibition respond to potentially paralyzing states of waiting, idleness, distraction, and fatigue, seeking to overhaul viewers’ sensory and interpretive habits and engender new modes of attention. This exhibition is on view November 3-10, 2012. For more information visit http://recessionartshows.com/exhibitions/current/.