• Shifting Points

    Site-specific installation: metal, brass, clay, printed fabric, wood, household paint, radiograph pen drawing on yellow sticky note, metal structure aprox: 100 x 87 x 17 inches // 254 x 221 x 43.2 cm, 2016–17
    (installation view from: “Where Do We Stand? Two Years of Drawing with Open Sessions,” curated by Nova Benway and Lisa Sigal, The Drawing Center, New York, 2017)
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  • Shifting Points

    Site-specific installation: metal, brass, clay, printed fabric, wood, household paint, radiograph pen drawing on yellow sticky note, metal structure aprox: 100 x 87 x 17 inches // 254 x 221 x 43.2 cm, 2016–17
    (installation view from: “Where Do We Stand? Two Years of Drawing with Open Sessions,” curated by Nova Benway and Lisa Sigal, The Drawing Center, New York, 2017)
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  • Shifting Points

    Site-specific installation: metal, brass, clay, printed fabric, wood, household paint, radiograph pen drawing on yellow sticky note, metal structure aprox: 100 x 87 x 17 inches // 254 x 221 x 43.2 cm, 2016–17
    (installation view from: “Where Do We Stand? Two Years of Drawing with Open Sessions,” curated by Nova Benway and Lisa Sigal, The Drawing Center, New York, 2017)
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  • Shifting Points

    Site-specific installation: metal, brass, clay, printed fabric, wood, household paint, radiograph pen drawing on yellow sticky note, metal structure aprox: 100 x 87 x 17 inches // 254 x 221 x 43.2 cm, 2016–17
    (installation view from: “Where Do We Stand? Two Years of Drawing with Open Sessions,” curated by Nova Benway and Lisa Sigal, The Drawing Center, New York, 2017)
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  • Shifting Points

    Site-specific installation: metal, brass, clay, printed fabric, wood, household paint, radiograph pen drawing on yellow sticky note, metal structure aprox: 100 x 87 x 17 inches // 254 x 221 x 43.2 cm, 2016–17
    (installation view from: “Where Do We Stand? Two Years of Drawing with Open Sessions,” curated by Nova Benway and Lisa Sigal, The Drawing Center, New York, 2017)
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Drawing from the importance of Bauhaus ideas in today’s socio-political turmoil, I view Shifting Points as a point of convergence. A composition, an abstracted version of the Bauhaus logo designed by Oskar Schlemmer in 1922, brings together moments of painting, drawing, sculpture, design, and architecture.