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.
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
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
Snitch is a pop-up book about surveillance. More specifically, it is about the ways people talk about what surveillance is and how, even as many people resist some forms of surveillance, we help… Continue reading
It Doesn’t Get Any Better Than This (2004) combines text and images to tell a story of relationship to family history, national pasts, the artist’s transgender identity, and the liberal discourse on… Continue reading
No Superman (please take one) challenges the relationship between transmale bodies and superhero ideals, inviting the viewer to take a wallet-sized portrait of the artist away as a gesture of vulnerability and poltical… Continue reading
What I Don’t Say [A Tear-Off Book for Saying It] is book project for re-education on the go. The series features books for trannies and allies with texts letterpress printed on perforated pages… Continue reading
Safe Keeping began as an inquiry into how the language of “safety” is shaped in people’s experiences and how commonplace, or dominant, ways of framing what constitutes safety, and safe keeping, elides other… Continue reading