I’ve been a big fan of Fecal Face’s website for years. It’s an honor to take part in their Winter Group Show at FFDG opening on December 7th, 2012. The gallery is located at 2277 Mission St., San Francisco.
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One Day To The Next
Installation with latex paint on objects
Presented at the CityLeaks Festival Preview, June 2011
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One Day To the Next is a personal work discussing common but powerful moments of change set in a recreation of the artist’s bedroom. In one instant life will take us soaring to incredible heights filled with triumph, love, and happiness then without warning it will drop us to gut-wrenching depths of anguish, frustration, loss, and fear. Often this is something internal, something invisible. The physical surroundings seem to stay the same while immense changes are taking place. Ups turn to downs and downs turn back to ups. Nothing lasts forever.
Boat 3 of 4. Again no lettering, just a take on the International Maritime signal flag meaning (among other things) “you are running into danger.”
Another great project inspired in nautical flags (and that inspired me too) was El Tono & Momo’s PLAF, done last year in NYC. Check it out.
Keep your eyes open for 26 new mirrors installed on the streets around Barcelona, one with each letter of the alphabet.
Just as graffiti fills in the negative, forgotten, and ignored spaces of our cities I hand painted in the negative space of the letters and left the city to fill in the rest.