Tag Archive: landscape

Exhibition: Artists’ Book Cornucopia IV at Abecedarian Gallery, Denver, CO [Now Closed]

Call A Wrecking Ball to Make a Window is being shown in Abecedarian Gallery’s Artists’ Books Cornucopia, 2013, the fourth in a series of international exhibitions of contemporary artists’ books. This year’s Cornucopia showcases 50… 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

“How can we design something to transition people from a system that doesn’t want to let them go?”: Social Design and its Political Contexts

In fall 2010, I taught a course called Urban Services in which my students worked with students in the education program of a large non-profit organization in New York City that offers a range of… 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

Weston Teruya’s “The gracious city at its neighbor’s edge” at Pro Arts

  To be haunted and to write from that location, to take on the condition of what you study, is not a methodology or a consciousness you can simply adopt or adapt as… 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.    

Locked and Loaded: The Prison Industrial Complex and the Response to Hurricane Katrina

Within days of Hurricane Katrina’s historic and devastative landfall on the Gulf Coast of the United States, New Orleans already had a new jail. Fashioned from the empty hulk of the bus depot,… Continue reading

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

Snitch

  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