“Total Noise is an installation of paintings and sculptures that positions the artist’s studio as a site of explicitly material engagements that throw into relief the immaterial forms of communication and representation that dominate our overly-connected digital culture. The installation incorporates mural-sized paintings in various media, modified found televisions, LED lights, mannequins, and other found objects. Central to the content and form of the work is the increasingly-common hunched posture of a figure bending down toward the light of a held device. This figure recurs in various ways throughout the drawings, paintings and sculptures in the installation. Total Noise took place at The Sheridan in Bronx, New York from April 29, 2018 to May 29, 2018.”
Much of my current work builds on the themes developed in Total Noise. To see additional images please visit the exhibition page at The Sheridan.