Dripping drops of paint splash and explode like an ecstasy of disengorgement. But in my studio, much like in my home, adult entertainment has no place: my work is full of PLAY. I capitalize for emphasis much like a convicted, foul word. But that’s just because as an artist I have no age to act, but a sublimely rich culture to expose. The contradictions of Family and sexual desire undress themselves within my work, much like a teenage boy disrobing before an older woman. However, the provocative in my mind is but child’s play – an I encourage everyone to get messy. Ta-da!
While at Headlands
While at Headlands I plan to develop projects from the ground floor. One exciting element of the studio practice is to work in a new studio or environment, and to see how the new space influences said practice. Up to this point my work has been book-ended by painting and technology; I believe my new work in the program will include these mediums. But I am also interested to see how installation can work its way into my new studio atmosphere.