Royal Flushers (Portraits of the men who destroyed Atlantic City's economy), 2015, Hydrocal, Powdered pigments, Brass, Wood, 12 x 48 x 10"
How did you get into debt?
My Hand Implicated in the Beheading of James Foley, 2015, Hydrocal, Graphite powder, Lifecast hand of the artist, 30 x 20 x 4"
How does your economic reality effect your art?
I have had to move to progressively cheaper cities, and eventually in with family to afford to pay my student loans. This severely limited my ability to make sculpture, which requires a room unto itself.
Edward Snowden Statue, 2014, Ultracal 30, Steel, Polystyrene, 108 x 36 x 24"
Would your work look different if you weren't in debt?:
I would be able to cast my work in archival materials, which may or may not have an impact on the sale of the work.
Bibi Aesha, 2014, Hydrocal, 56 x 14 x 12"