I make sculptures from paper and plaster with the subject of psyche. The paper has a distinct and prominent voice with its wrinkles, sags, and movement as I coax it into a human-like form whether in gesture, or stillness. The unconscious, with its emotion, irrationalism, mythic aura, sensuous detail is the missing half of the rational, ego-centered Western life stripped of it for the sake of dominance, power, and efficiency. The sculpture creates a psychic space where the individual and collective are not separate, and by this movement of mind makes a space of politics, one where a new discussion can take place.
2010 Core and Mantle, M55, New York.
2007 Henry Gregg Gallery, Brooklyn, New York
2007 Soapbox Gallery, Brooklyn, New York
2006 Timothy Tew Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia
2003 Timothy Tew Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia
2002 anXious, at DAC, Brooklyn, New York
2001 The Gallery at ExCalibur Collection, New York, New York
2000 Timothy Tew Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia
1966 Fine Art, New York University, New York City
1967 Painting, Art Students League, New York City
1968 Drawing, La Grande Chaumiere, Paris, France