Category Archive: Artists’ Books + Prints

words | matter reading room in Chicago [now closed]

I am very excited to be a part of this show, which is really an artists’ books reading room (!), in Chicago. Both Call a Wrecking Ball to Make a Window and the… Continue reading

Hamilton Wood Type and Printing Museum, New Impressions in American Letterpress, 2015 [Now Closed]

  New Impressions in American Letterpress A Juried Exhibition On Display: May through June 30, 2015 Hamilton Wood Type and Printing Museum is dedicated to the the preservation, study, production and printing of… Continue reading

Exhibition: National Queer Arts Festival, San Francisco [Now Closed]

I’m excited to have Call a Wrecking Ball to Make a Window included in the Queer Cultural Center’s National Queer Arts Festival Exhibition, Body, body, bodies. If you’re in the Bay Area in… Continue reading

Visual AIDS Blog features Call a Wrecking Ball

I am a long time fan of Visual AIDS’ work and so was thrilled and a little humbled when program manager Ted Kerr talked to me about doing a post on the Visual AIDS Blog… Continue reading

Call a Wrecking Ball to Make a Window

  Call a Wrecking Ball to Make a Window is a map-fold book with original text that explores routes taken and spaces made by queer people in New York City from the 1970s through… Continue reading

Safe Keeping (2011)

  Safe Keeping (2011) is a tear-off book, based on the original interviews conducted for Safe Keeping (2002-3), placed around New York City on the 10th anniversary of September 11, 2001. This edition is… Continue reading

It Doesn’t Get Any Better Than This (2nd Edition, 2010)

  It Doesn’t Get Any Better Than This began in 2004 as an installation and letterpress printed book with original text and images that tell a story of relationship to family history, national pasts,… Continue reading

Flood

  Flood is an ongoing series of prints that, along with Capital Series, interrogate the production and destruction of spaces and the people in them. Flood 1 -3 are digital prints with screenprint and watercolor that… Continue reading

Capital Series

  Capital Series (2007) is a series of screenprints derived from photographs of commercial buildings in urban and suburban areas whose signs highlight relationships of desire to cash, class, and wanting.    

The Disappearance of Phillip DeVine

  On December 31, 1993, three young people were killed in a farmhouse in Humbolt, Nebraska.  Brandon Teena, a white transgender man, Lisa Lambert, a white single mother who lived in the farmhouse,… Continue reading