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  Familiar Faces
  New beginnings, old endings...
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  Detouched
  Where I End and You Begin
  Absent Minded Monotonous Splendor
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RECENT
 
  Cognitive Awareness
  Ex Cartiera Latina, Rome
  April 22 - 30, 2022

  Material Remains
  Young Space
  Aug 20 - Sep 19, 2021

  In The Wake Of Slumber
  Paradice Palase, Brooklyn
  May 15 - June 9, 2021
 
  Solo Show
  Human Nature Perfectly
  Below Grand, NYC
  March 22, 2021

  Solo Show
  I Am A Portrait
  Undercurrent, Brooklyn, NY
  Jan 10th - Feb 8th, 2020
Mark

The Deep Empty, 2014

Pages from National Geographic Magazine, dimensions vary
An installation created for the exhibition Distant Images, Local Positions at EFA Project Space, NYC, 2014 


A grotto-like installation made from pages of National Geographic Magazine is composed solely of the photographically rendered landscapes that adorn the periodical. Pages are physically molded into sculptural stalagmites and stalactites. I am interested in geological growths such as boulders, stalactites and collapsed trees due to their closeness in human scale and they make one aware of the massive amounts of time that has passed.