Monday, April 27, 2009


Sacrificium (offerings to dreams for post-industrial designs) 2000

The Invisible Instillation Series

1997 - 2001

These Constructivist and allegorical works adapted and explored themes of Egyptian Creationism and Mythology, the Pagan/Christian Mythology of the Annunciation, Crucifixion, Resurrection (unfortunately destroyed and un-photographed), and the Greek Tragedy of Oedipus Invert.

Works from industrial debris were constructed of wire, metal and electrical conduit, a deconstructed 1971 Cadillac Limousine, latex molds, wax, polyurethane, ceiling tile, chicken wire, home appliances (deconstructed refrigerator, misc. appliances, etc.), rail road artifacts, gravel, paint, lead paint, lead, unknown objects, misc. objects, tar, tar and aluminum, paper, particle board, orange peelings, sticks and stems, fluids, other fluids, clothing, rubber molds, rubber tubing, molded plastic, industrial molds, misc. plastic, plastic sheets, plastic flowers, plastic masks (clown, devil, and wolf), rolodex, time-clock, large intercom speaker box, holographic images, mylar, etc.




1 comment:

Anonymous said...

sombre...relics, artifacts...very masculine....
peace and love....