Wolf & Badger
SoHo, NY

In celebration of LGBTQ+ Pride Month, I partnered with London-based boutique Wolf & Badger for a week-long Pop Up. I created a custom installation using digital picture frames, moss, found GIFs, and collage to explore how the Internet has blurred the lines between what is true and what is false.   

GG's Social Trade and Treasure Club
Brooklyn, NY

I was invited to showcase work at GGs Social Trade and Treasure Club in Brooklyn, NY (2017). GGs is "a cooperative vintage shop, art gallery, and community organization that provides a playful third space for intersectional collaboration, social entrepreneurship, and alternative movement building." The main attraction of the exhibition, namely the phallic toy, is a piece I created when exploring God. The juxtaposition of the dildo nailed onto a plaque against a pink background, placed high humorously subverts notions of gender, patriarchy, and power.    

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I completed my M.F.A in Communications Design at Pratt Institute in 2017. I focused on the evolution of art since the invention of the computer. I looked at hundreds of digital art works and wondered "if life imitates art, then what do GIFs and memes say about life now?" I collected the themes of digital art since the 1950s to present day and used modernism, post-modernism, and "metamodernism" to contextualize the work. I then created a series of projects mixing and matching these themes. In addition to reading an endless amount of material, writing a thesis over 150 pages, scrolling for hours and hours through sites like giphy.com, much of my methodology consisted of research through making.  Like the Internet, these projects are dynamic, prolific, some even elusive, ultimately functioning as a robust cultural narrative. 

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