Collaborative Work

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I have been collaborating on public projects and artworks since 2010. Site-specific in nature, each work remixes aspects of design, fine arts, and the potential of public space.

noted exhibitions

Venice Architecture Biennale, the Bronx Museum of Fine Arts, DOT Urban Art Program, the Mott Haven Public Library, Untitled Art Fair, Freight & Volume Gallery.

A series of screensavers cycle through the component parts of the modular table they sit upon. Rendered using Cinema 4D these reflective gray forms gradually swoop in and rotate out of monochromatic color fields that match the table's edge elements. Both the tables displays were commissioned for the lobby of the Bronx Museum of Fine Art.

Quarter Horse - marine plywood, spray-paint, formica, iPads, digital media and hardwareQuarter Horse - marine plywood, spray-paint, formica, iPads, digital media and hardware

Sketch renderings of a freestanding deck later built at the courtyard of the Mott Haven Library (NYPL)

Thrust Poster, bi-lingual flyers and promotional campaign designed to solicit objects that had weighed people down over the economic downturn and launch them using a medieval trebuchet into an open field. A fully functional trebuchet was built for the task and displayed alongside solicited objects at the Bronx River Arts Center.

Thrust of Sorrows - trebuchet and poster installation at Bronx River Arts CenterPiazza Gratissima - cedar decking, reclaimed scaffolding boards, aluminum planters, and nascent vegetation

Misty Mount Royales, prosposed 3d rendering - Artscape BaltimoreMisty Mount Royales, prosposed 3d rendering - Artscape Baltimore
Proposal renderings for commission of rotating turbine-style posts as part of Artscape in Baltimore.

Bench Press - plywood, hardware, NYC buses, and NYC bus stopsBench Press, installation at Momenta Art

Poster, brochures, and installations at Flux Factory and Momenta Art. One part of a durational performance, assembling and disassembling modular benches along the B57 & Q39 bus routes between Brooklyn and Queens.

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