Shawl Foramen, 2016, 79 x 92 in
How did you get into debt?
education, police corruption, divorce
Grey Contingency, 2016, 59 x 79 in
Describe your art practice
My art practice begins when I awake, I set foot into the public arena and begin to gather necessary debris and experience to compose what can only be called "art". I use detritus exclusively, or the sporadic donation to create visual, performative, and cinematic work,- this is due to economic constraint and the vital context provided by such objects. I do not have an inclination towards party activism, or "going green" per se, however I find that most material can be useful for making art, or basic living essentials. The purchasing of manufactured commercial items is antithetical of my work.
2 Graves, 2016, 55 x 59 in
Would your work look different if you weren't in debt?:
My work would most likely be exactly the same, as it is of a conceptual nature and requires a more poignant perspective than just my hypothetically debt-free ass.
Roses, 2016, 84 x 90 in