installation: The Subtle Horror of the Everyday
The Subtle Horror of the Everyday
Drawing and painting on seven canvas panels, with attached digital prints and objects.
Dimensions: each panel approximately 6.75′ x 9.5′ .
Exhibited at The Center for Sex and Culture, San Francisco, in January 2012 as a solo show curated by Dorian Katz and Marlene Hoeber.
The title of this installation indirectly references Samuel R. Delany’s novel ‘Stars In My Pocket Like Grains of Sand.' The piece is drawn from a perspective of queer potential amidst a crumbling economic landscape.
This show was followed up by a limited run of printed accordian booklets of the installation, approximately 9" x 36" each.