I’ve been working for what feels like a long long time on an artist book called Ground Rules that is about cancer, and choices around death and dying, as imagined in relationship to… Continue reading
What I Don’t Say [A Tear-Off Book for Saying It] is included in this exhibition at Rutgers’ Douglass Library Mary H. Dana Women Artists Series TRANS TECHNOLOGY: CIRCUITS OF CULTURE, SELF, BELONGING January… Continue reading
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
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.
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
I am on a bus coasting along the Long Island Expressway. Because it’s a weekday morning, the bus is mostly empty. Just past Queens, I find myself watching glimpses of boy-on-boy sex on… Continue reading
I was sitting on a 42nd street window ledge at the end of a hot New York August afternoon when I looked up and discovered I’d hit the big time. I was on… Continue reading