Lintscape, 2007 (small)

Lintscape, 2007 (small)

Size:
5.5″ x 3″

Materials:
Masonite & lint roller tape

Description:
A lint roller is used to collect loose fibres from large clothing sculptures. Because of the way the clothing is stacked and compressed, the lint creates odd splotches and bands of color on the lint roller tape.

Nomad, 2007 (video)

Nomad, 2007 (video)

Originally a site specific piece for the Red Dot Art Fair, This video was filmed in the hotel room the night before the opening. After an early morning edit, we installed a mini DVD player in the closet along with all the clothing from the poem.

Dreams Divided The Natural Uniti
One Free Voice Above The Crowd
R Nomad Identity InStride

Spellbound Acrobat S Bridge The Gap
A Tightrope Outline Barely There

I’m Absolutely Pale
Solitude S Rare Essence
U Breakaway Speechless 2xist

Dither, 2006

Dither, 2006

Size:
5′ 6″ x 24″ x 24″ (H x W x D)

Materials:
Second-hand clothing, wood & steel

Description:
This work is compriesed of two stacks that sit side by side. The first stack is made from black, white and grey clothing while the second stack contains the full spectrum.

Between the stacks, shirt sleeves, pant legs and other linear shapes create bridge like apendages, connecting the stacks together.

Unfoldables, 2006

Dither with Unfoldables, 2006

Size:
5′ 6″ x 24″ x 24″ (H x W x D)

Materials:
Second-hand clothing, wood & steel

Description:
This work is compriesed of two stacks that sit side by side. The first stack is made from black, white and grey clothing while the second stack contains the full spectrum.

Between the stacks, shirt sleeves, pant legs and other linear shapes create bridge like apendages, connecting the stacks together.

Wilderness, 2006

Wilderness, 2006

Size:
15″ x 11.25″

Materials:
120 lb. white paper and pencil

Description:
Every piece of clothing I own is neatly folded and rolled into a spiral, starting with the clothing that is worn on the inside (underwear, socks), and ending with the clothing that is worn on the outside (coats, hats).

Clothing Loop, 2006

Clothing Loop, 2006

edition of 10

Approximate Size:
6 5/8″ x 4 3/8″ x 2 1/2″ (H x W x D)

Materials:
Cut & folded paper

Description:
Made from a long scroll of heavy rag paper which is cut, folded and glued into a five layered box.

The order of the silhouettes correlate to the way we layer the clothing we wear. A trench coat forms the outer layer while a t-shirt and a pair of briefs delineate the inside edge.

The resulting configuration allows the viewer to to peer through four progressively smaller openings toward a thin sheet of pink skikibu paper. This paper floats within the final frame, casting a warm glow throughout.

Clothing Loop, 2006 (detail)

Clothing Loop, 2006 (detail)

edition of 10

Approximate Size:
6 5/8″ x 4 3/8″ x 2 1/2″ (H x W x D)

Materials:
Cut & folded paper

Description:
Made from a long scroll of heavy rag paper which is cut, folded and glued into a five layered box.

The order of the silhouettes correlate to the way we layer the clothing we wear. A trench coat forms the outer layer while a t-shirt and a pair of briefs delineate the inside edge.

The resulting configuration allows the viewer to to peer through four progressively smaller openings toward a thin sheet of pink skikibu paper. This paper floats within the final frame, casting a warm glow throughout.