On May 1 2020, Artist Relief awarded me an emergency grant to help sustain me and my practice during early COVID-19 shutdowns.Continue reading “Artist Relief”
On January 22, 2020, the Jim Henson Foundation announced its 2020 awards, including a workshop grant for Model Killer: Giant Crimes + Tiny Cover-Ups. In Model Killer, a disgruntled dollhouse maker turned investigator builds dioramas of “unsolved” murders, only for it to be revealed that she’s a serial killer.Continue reading “Jim Henson Foundation (Support)”
“Attempt to Raise Hell”, Track 16’s 25th anniversary exhibition opened Saturday, November 16th from 7PM to 10PM. The exhibition featured 50 artists from Track 16’s past and present, including select dolls from the “(In)/Animate Objects” collection. The exhibition ran until Thursday December 26th, 2019.
Please join me at 8:30PM, Sunday November 10 + Monday, November 11 for REDCAT Studio, featuring new works and works-in-progress by Ironstone + Jordi, Kite, Jenna Moroni, Davia Spain, Kayla Tange, and Kristina Wong, which I guest curated with Sebastian Hernandez.Continue reading “REDCAT Studio (Curatorial)”
On October 7, 2019, Genie Davis from Art + Cake covered Love +/or Fear in which I exhibited photographic selections from the (In)/Animate Objects Series.Continue reading “Art + Cake – Freewaves: Love +/or Fear In Hollywood”
From September 20th-29th, 2019, a photograph from Model Killer will be part of American Puppetry Today, The Photography of Richard Termine in Charleville-Mézières, France.Continue reading “Model Killer, American Puppetry Today, The Photography of Richard Termine, Charleville-Mézières”
On September 6, 2019, LA Weekly included Love +/or Fear in their event picks, where I will be showing portraits of dolls from the (In)/Animate Objects collection.Continue reading “LA Weekly – EVENT PICK: LOVE &/OR FEAR: A CELEBRATION OF GENDERS”
On Saturday September 7th, from 8PM-11PM, I will reclaim the fence at 6551 Hollywood Blvd for an installation of doll prints from the (In)/Animate Objects collection. Located on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, the installation functions as a subvertisment for decay and the contagion of identity – a repetition of a repetition for which there is no original.Continue reading “(In)/Animate Objects, Love +/or Fear, Hollywood”