Selected Projects

How to Operate in a Dark Room

The Ladder Maker

The Patient Eye (performance)

The Patient Eye (exhibition)

The Invert

Some Were Caught Up...

NADA nyc

People-like Shapes,

A Crisis in the Life...

abc berlin

Cordoned Area

Self-Portrait as My Mother

Movements for Monoliths

L blue N black I green...

Stranger Suite


Oltre l'oblio

The Painter of the Hole

Obstructed View

The Long Glance

With One Hand Between Us

Keystone Color Works

The Hole in the Palm of Your Hand


Queer Abstraction

Des Moines Art Center, Iowa

June–September 2019

Nerman Museum of Art, Kansas

December 2019–March 2020

"For more than a century, many Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer artists have turned to the language of abstraction to illustrate diverse facets of sexuality and gender. In response to specific struggles—such as the criminalization of homosexuality, the Civil Rights Movement, and the AIDS crisis—queer artists have embraced abstraction to communicate their unauthorized desires and identities through an accepted mode of art. Marsden Hartley’s modernist portrait of his fallen lover, Louise Fishman’s queer feminist canvases, and Felix Gonzalez-Torres’s tender, conceptual works are but a few examples. Currently, abstract art that embodies this mode of expression has gained the moniker “Queer Abstraction,” and has become a growing aesthetic force during the present, unsettling era. Queer Abstraction unites contemporary artists who utilize the amorphous possibilities of abstraction to convey what it means to exist on the margins."  –Des Moines Art Center