Is My Country a Sh*thole?

Online Works Recent Work

Is My Country a Shithole?, Website, 2018. Is My Country a Shithole (.com) is a single-serving website created in response to President Trump’s remark during a January 2018 immigration meeting in which he asked why the US kept allowing in people from “shithole countries”. If you’re from one of the Temporary Protected Status countries (such as Haiti, El Salvador, and multiple …

How She Lost

Recent Work Sculpture

Wood and Acrylic Latex Paint, dimensions variable, 2017. This piece, made up of three free-standing sculptures, is a visualization of the popular vote breakdown in Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin in the 2016 presidential election. The height of each base is representative of the number of electoral votes of each state. The height of the smaller blue, red, and gray columns …

Trump’s Twitter Circus

Online Works Recent Work

Trump’s Twitter Circus, Website, 2017. Trump’s Twitter Circus is a visualization of the president’s use of punctuation in his tweets. The piece chronicles his Twitter feed in real time, displaying the ending punctuation as a block on the screen. A viewer can mouse over each block to read the text from the source tweet. Click here or on the “Launch …

Transition of Power (From Hope to Highrise Demagogy)

Recent Work Sculpture

Wood and Acrylic Latex Paint, dimensions variable, 2008 and 2017. The two sculptures comprising Transition of Power (From Hope to Highrise Demagogy) are extruded favicons for political campaigns. A favicon (“favorite icon”) is a 16-pixel by 16-pixel logo that appears alongside the URL or inside the tab in most browsers.  Here, a block of wood represents each pixel of the favicon, …

Untitled (T)

Untitled (T)

Installation Recent Work

Untitled (T). Black vinyl on structural column inside the Wright Gallery (Texas A&M University, College Station, TX), 128″ x 112″x 16″, 2017.