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Dualism Path (in response to Barbara Smith’s Lig
Dualism Path (in response to Barbara Smith’s Light Wait) Pacific Standard Time, Black Box 2012 (Photos: Calvin Lee) Dualism Path was a site-­‐specific response to Light Wait, a 1976 installation by Barbara T. Smith. I was invited by artist Liz Glynn to perform in her Black Box project as part of Pacific Standard Time’s Performance Week. As Barbara was present and speaking about her work that night, I re-­‐configured the social space and broke down the wall of shipping pallets dividing the bar and staged performance area, causing the audience to reconfigure their movements and creating a new path through the venue.
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Born in Ice, 72x40 inches, Oil on canvas, 2012
Born in Ice, 72x40 inches, Oil on canvas, 2012
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Saya Woolfalk, The Empathics: Chimera, Video Still
Saya Woolfalk, The Empathics: Chimera, Video Still, 2013, Video, 2 min. 52 sec. www.sayawoolfalk.com http://thirdstreaming.com/exhibitions/current Empathics are fictional race of women who physically metamorphose as they merge cultural identities and cross species. The final stage of their transformation culminates in their joining together to create one of several physical configurations, or “star formations.”
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Untitled (A-9)     12x16      Oil on Wood     2008
Untitled (A-9) 12x16 Oil on Wood 2008-09
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Whitney Hubbs 
Untitled (Horse), 2012 
silver ge
Whitney Hubbs Untitled (Horse), 2012 silver gelatin print 40 x 50 inches (c) Whitney Hubbs and courtesy of M+B, Los Angeles.
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Into the Night,  2012, 72 x 84 inches, oil on canv
Into the Night, 2012, 72 x 84 inches, oil on canvas, Courtesy of the artist and David Kordansky Gallery
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Detourism 
masking tape and airbrush 
10 x 25 fe
Detourism masking tape and airbrush 10 x 25 feet approx. Tetem Kunstruimte Enschede, Netherlands This meandering wireframe interprets the old city of Enschede, Netherlands, a historical radial urban plan around a center market, packed with various boutiques and marijuana coffeeshops.
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This one leans more towards the figurative. I’m
This one leans more towards the figurative. I’m always striving to bridge the gap between the architectural and the figurative. Against my better judgment, I always return to symmetry. Here it works well. Imagine two identical figures hovering over a suggestive idol. A dirty mind is a terribly thing to waste. This work is titled Wrinkle Queen. Copyright Baker Overstreet, courtesy of Fredericks & Freiser.
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Chamber 4 - Trellis, 48 x 61
Chamber 4 - Trellis, 48 x 61", Light jet print Image courtesy of the artist and Cooper Cole Gallery, Toronto
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L'Occhio Occidentale, 2013, oil on copper, 39 x 39
L'Occhio Occidentale, 2013, oil on copper, 39 x 39 inch. This painting was exhibited at "Die Verwindung" at Galleria Emilio Mazzoli in Modena in January 2013
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