Mixed Media & Installation

Compass Project: Started in 2012 – guerrilla poetry (& prose) stickers, spreading positivity to NYC & beyond

+ go slowly, see miracles: My first ever floor to ceiling mixed-media art installation, debuted at LIC Arts Open 2016

15123081_10101489334463854_8676657808731862421_o

Screen Shot 2018-03-10 at 9.01.22 AM

Screen Shot 2018-03-10 at 9.10.04 AM.png
+ THE FIRE ROOM: Large-scale graffiti poetry installation at Long Island City Artists (LIC-A)’s fall group show at Plaxall Gallery, Fall 2016

Screen Shot 2018-03-09 at 11.51.23 PM

Screen Shot 2018-03-10 at 9.04.36 AM

Screen Shot 2018-03-10 at 9.45.48 AM

+ lazarus was a house on fire (WOMAN) – poetry graffiti installation: Full hallway installation of graffiti poetry at Long Island City Artists (LIC-A)’s Plaxall Gallery for the THEN SHE DID exhibition, March 2018

Screen Shot 2019-11-27 at 9.12.04 AMScreen Shot 2019-11-27 at 9.11.22 AMScreen Shot 2019-11-27 at 9.11.09 AMScreen Shot 2019-11-27 at 9.10.45 AM

+ “trusting the inmost angel” art installation: as part of The Lit Exhibit’s “RITUALS” exhibition, June 2019 (featuring mixed media canvas piece with cards + keys; drawings; ritual objects)

img_20160213_113128.jpg

+ a collection of precious mixed-media collage, assemblage + where it all started {over} {again}: Exhibited as part of “go slowly, see miracles,” produced in early 2016, [view here]

+ #poetsinthewildnyc for National Poetry Month 2014
Classic & contemporary poets in the wilds of NYC – via sharpie!

+ #poetsinthewildnyc 2015
Second year in the series – poetry graff featuring all local poets

PAST PROJECTS:

+ world as notebook
Initial photo series after taking a sharpie to the city [beginnings..]

kill the machine
Flipping through a handmade collage book with words by me

Experiment: 5-word Poem Prompts
5 random words from friends and the poems that came out of them

Blackout Poetry [initial experiments]
What happens when you make poetry out of a newspaper and a sharpie

+ Video tribute to Freddie Mercury
Recorded with love on the 20th anniversary of his passing