After, 2022, wood, acrylic, mount board, C-print, 1000 × 2000 × 7.6 cm. “After” is a new series, enclosing gestural detail from photographs by my great-grandparents within picture frames whose boundary shapes derive from automatic drawings by Henri Michaux.

After, 2022, MDF, acrylic, C-print, 110 × 36 × 5 cm.

Tony the Drunk Is a Thief, 2020, acrylic on plywood replica of a roadside sign, 182 × 121 cm.
My Dark-Blue Rain-Drenched Flower, 2015, ink-jet printer printing James Joyce’s Ulysses one full-page letter at a time. Commission by Knockdown Center, New York. Watch on Vimeo

Installation for a Photograph, “No Games Inside the Labyrinth,” Galerie Barbara Weiss, 2014, with Karin Sneider. Various materials. Dimensions variable. Installation view, Galerie Barbara Weiss. Borrowed original framed Andy Warhol print, displayed face-down on floor; masking tape in horizontal positions of “zips” in Barnett Newman’s Vir Heroicus Sublimis (1951), extended to cover walls and floor; commemorative dinner plate in the style of John Knight with sandblasted ellipse; photograph of art handlers de-installing a Dan Graham “Pavilion.” Stage for a photograph taken by John Miller from the position of the Warhol.