I am an interdisciplinary artist whose work considers, exaggerates, and alters the accepted rules of everyday life, extending the familiar into the realms of the poetic and absurd. In previous works I have hand-numbered 7,000 stones, searched for all 613 people mentioned in a single edition of a German newspaper filmed one person of each age from 1 to 100, reconstituted a lost museum from a sketch on the back of an envelope, and am in the middle of writing a unique hand-written letter to every household in the world with writer Michael Crowe. In 2012, I founded An Artist Residency in Motherhood—a self-directed, open-source artist residency program designed to empower and inspire artists who are also mothers. There are currently over 300 official artists-in-residence-in-
While at Headlands
While at Headlands I plan to continue my experimentation with an old portable typewriter as both artistic medium and creative limitation. So far I’ve have misused this same typewriter as a drawing tool, a weaving loom, a sewing machine, and a fabric printer. During my residency I will explore the typewriter’s capacity to create an animated road-movie using the natural movement of the platten knob and carriage return mechanism.
People In Order, 2006; made with James Price.