A Dozen Deaths
This is a handmade artists book in an edition of 5. The cover is silkscreened ink on book cloth, the interior pages are a combination of inkjet printing on bamboo paper, acrylic painting on bamboo paper, and laserjet printing on grey archival paper. The stories enclosed are related to the events of February 26, 2012 when Trayvon Martin was killed by George Zimmerman. The narratives are a meditation of sorts, into the kind of people we are together and how we see others.
How to keep from growing old
This is a silkscreened poster highlighting tips lifted from the pages of the Negro Motorist Green Book, a guide that was published during the Jim Crow era to aid black Americans in their travel plans. These particular suggestions are tongue-in-cheek artifacts from the height of 1950's automobile culture.