Portables
Portables

2011 - ongoing multiples

10” x 10” x 12”

Dowel, linen, nylon, elastic, paper patterns, mail correspondence.

Content: These objects were produced through the mail using a bartering process with the artist’s mother which allowed for miscommunication and assumption. The ambiguous “purpose” of the work was never addressed in communications aside from certain parameters such as arm dimensions, elasticity measurements and the ability to collapse. The resulting barter is described as a painting of the artist running on a dirt road at night training for cross-country, which has yet to be paid.

Portables
Portables

2011 - ongoing multiples (Installation view Headlands Center for the Arts, Sausalito, CA. 2013)

10” x 10” x 12”

Dowel, linen, nylon, elastic, paper patterns, mail correspondence.

Content: These objects were produced through the mail using a bartering process with the artist’s mother which allowed for miscommunication and assumption. The ambiguous “purpose” of the work was never addressed in communications aside from certain parameters such as arm dimensions, elasticity measurements and the ability to collapse. The resulting barter is described as a painting of the artist running on a dirt road at night training for cross-country, which has yet to be paid.

 

Portables
Portables
Portables

2011 - ongoing multiples

10” x 10” x 12”

Dowel, linen, nylon, elastic, paper patterns, mail correspondence.

Content: These objects were produced through the mail using a bartering process with the artist’s mother which allowed for miscommunication and assumption. The ambiguous “purpose” of the work was never addressed in communications aside from certain parameters such as arm dimensions, elasticity measurements and the ability to collapse. The resulting barter is described as a painting of the artist running on a dirt road at night training for cross-country, which has yet to be paid.

Portables

2011 - ongoing multiples (Installation view Headlands Center for the Arts, Sausalito, CA. 2013)

10” x 10” x 12”

Dowel, linen, nylon, elastic, paper patterns, mail correspondence.

Content: These objects were produced through the mail using a bartering process with the artist’s mother which allowed for miscommunication and assumption. The ambiguous “purpose” of the work was never addressed in communications aside from certain parameters such as arm dimensions, elasticity measurements and the ability to collapse. The resulting barter is described as a painting of the artist running on a dirt road at night training for cross-country, which has yet to be paid.

 

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