resistance. Pen and pencil drawings on paper of various poses of queer resistance, approximately 8 – 12″ x 12 – 20″ each. These drawings were exhibited in the 2012 National Queer Arts Festival visual art show, “Best Revenge,” at Alley Cat Books, San Francisco. 2012.
we never sleep and we never say no. Except we say no all the time. Pen and pencil drawings on paper, and prints, 9″ x 12″ each. 2012 – 13.
the subtle horror of the everyday. A 40′ x 9.5′ drawn and painted mural-sized unraveling of the grotesque, the fantasized, the ridiculous, the pretty, the struggle, and the obscene. These large-scale drawings indirectly reference Samuel R. Delany’s ‘Stars In My Pocket Like Grains of Sand’ and Picasso’s ‘Guernica’ from a perspective of queer potential amidst a crumbling economic landscape. The Subtle Horror of the Everyday was exhibited at The Center for Sex and Culture, San Francisco, in January 2012 as a solo show curated by Marlene Hoeber and Dorian Katz. 2012.
the where it is we get to. Pen and paint on five canvas panels, each approximately 8′ x 5.5′. This installation was part of the group show “Streetopia” at the Luggage Store, San Francisco. “Streetopia” was a month long event in May 2012 featuring performance, visual art, music, film, and workshops, curated by Erick Lyle 2012.
the infinite asshole of the present. Pen and pencil drawings on paper, 8″ x 8″; photographs 8″ x”10″ each. 2013.