A spontaneous performance piece in Paris, France, 2021
POSTCARDS FROM PARIS
Limited Edition Postcards
Edition of 100. Collect them here
FILM PHOTOS FROM PARIS
I broke my 35mm camera and left my point and shoot in the uber. Here are the disposables.
Artletter #9 breaks down my second online exhibition, Grief, giving an inside look at my thought process and exhibition. Take a look here.
GRIEF: AN ONLINE EXHIBITION
Grief features works from Ana Mendieta, Hank Willis Thomas, Adrian Piper, Charles White and many more! View here.
Untitled (Red Positions), 2021
On December 1st, two days before my twenty-ninth birthday, I took self-portraits in Washington D.C. at the Jefferson Memorial. This would be the first birthday without my mother and I wanted to perform.
Untitled (Red Positions) is about finding security and confidence in the present and future. It is a series of multiple performances, playing with architecture, color, movement, and shadows.
April 2021 was the second time I visited Desert X in Palm Springs, California. Read and see more from my trip here.
On my first day at Desert X, at sunset, I performed part three of my series, Temporary Sculptures. See and read more here.
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To my mother Eileen, I miss you.
I love you. Thank you.
Nov. 12, 1974 - Aug. 02, 2021
STEPPING INTO YOUR VULNERABILITY AS AN ARTIST
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In April, I did another art talk with the London based platform, Daisie, talking about vulnerability in my work and the work of other artists, along with the importance of it as an artist. Watch the talk here.
In May I discussed the importance of community and it's history in the arts on Daisie. Diving into my community and art practice, I highlight the communal art spaces of LA and how community can support your art practice. Watch here.
hbny was commissioned by The Getty for their current exhibition, Poussin and the Dance: Contemporary Dance Films.
I captured a few real-life moments from my dear friend and fellow artist, Chris Emile, film, hbny.
See the film photos here.
Artletter #10 covers the artist, Chris Emile, hbny, Poussin's painting, The Abduction of the Sabine Women, and my feelings towards century-old European art.
hbny (pronounced eh-boh-nee)