Remnants was an installation created with the left over materials found in the shared studio of Erin Langley and myself. This work explored relationships of space, color, pattern, and compositions. It was installed on the third floor of the School of Art on the University of Montana campus during the last few weeks of our final semester together.
Blazon Spring Rocking Horse, truck hitch, lodge pole pine, wood, paper mache, canvas, hardware, latex paint, glitter. ~114x36x18".
Oil on paper. 26x36”.
Category is: Mixed media on archival inkjet prints. ~11x17".
Plaster, wood, cardboard, papier mache, cotton rope, nylon rope, cowboy hard hat, latex paint, spray paint, resin. 52x50x35".
Plaster, wood, cardboard, papier mache, nylon rope, latex paint, resin. ~100x30x38".
Buck Hunter is an installation I completed for a recent exhibition, Due Diligence. It is an exploration of hunting and sport lifestyles to analyze the consequences that result from masculine culture. In this particular work, I used the trophy buck as an analogy for male dominance. The trophy stands as a symbol of competition, victory, and power. The video from WINNERWINNERWINNER is composed of found imagery from muscle Youtube channels and first person Big Buck Hunter video.
WINNERWINNERWINNER, video, Big Buck Hunter arcade game, latex paint, glitter, upholstery trim, plastic ribbons.
Critical Hit +100, lawn decoration, paper mache, carpet foam, trophy tops, latex paint, astro turn, glitter.