the subtle horror of the everyday [installation]

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 Dorian Katz and Marlene Hoeber. 2011 – 12.