Had a great time putting together some work and showing at Butler University with Izzy Jarvis--a most fantastic artist and a great friend. Zachary Carlisle Davidson curated the show and gave us the opportunity to give artist talks, which was a great deal of fun. These photos aren't particularly spectacular, but they give a little glimpse into the fun we had at WitneSS! Zach brought us together as radical, engaged, and overtly political artists whose work serves as a call to a
I'm planning a book tentatively titled "FUN FOR BOYS." It's a series of pages on transparency mounted between panels of plexi, rotating like a conveyor belt/mobius strip when you turn the handle. 7 images about ready as of now, with a goal of around 20. Each is 9" x 7," so the whole sculpture is likely to be around 7-8 feet in length and of course 7" wide not counting the handle.
We'll see, but I'd better get a move on if I want this project done for the ol' thesis show. Wo
I've begun working on a new book about FIRE in the west and in California. These 10 images explore fire in relation to industry, prison, and ecology . I would like to bind this sucker in redwood somehow. Without further explanation, enjoy these things! Inspired by my work with Peter Koch Printers, I'll be doing it up binding these things in an excellent manner. Love Printmaking's flexibility, again and again. #comics #comicbook #printmaking #letterpress #bookmaking #peterkoch
This summer I have the great pleasure of working with legendary fine bookmaker Peter Koch (http://www.peterkochprinters.com) at his Berkeley studio as an intern and eventually in a brief residency. Peter Koch's career spans decades and is a self-defined "third stream" artist whose works are featured in numerous national and international collections.
Coming in with few skills in the area, I've gone from sorting strange type into press operation and finally designing a set