I really don’t like pigeons. They are like rats with wings. Please DO NOT ever feed pigeons. They are disgusting animals that poop everywhere. I wish the city would get rid of all pigeons. Today at lunch they were flying swarms at me. It was actually quite humourous as it seemed like something out of […]
go to the link on this page for Mr. T on art.Mr. T: The Toughest Sounds In The Worldhttp://www.geocities.com/Hollywood/Set/9540/mrsound.html
Artiwu connects Illinois Wesleyan University art students and alumni. The website contains bios of students and alumni, records of all the email discussions from the listeserv, the largest link database of Chicago art, pictures from years past. It was concieved to increase communication among the alumni and students. This version of the website is no […]
Collaborative net.art with Dima Strakovsky. An investigation into the aesthetics of the process of the human-computer interface.This is a website asdf My shockwave files are kinda buried in the site, so you can just skip to the neat shockwave files right here. Each letter is a different shockwave interaction. (I believe that "a" is not […]
This poster was distributed to mostly a college audience. It provided awareness of art events that were occuring in Chicago during the fall of 1998.
Illinois has the most nucleaur power plants out of any state in America with thirteen. This series has one mug dedicated for each power plant in Illinois 5″ tall Stoneware, artificial grassSome of the pieces from this series are available for sale.
Urban life protrayed in this oil pastel with plastic and metal frame. 22″ x 17″ oil pastel, masonite, plastic, turnbuckles, wireSale for this artwork is negotiable
A web of strings connecting 8 cans evokes communication on several levels. One being the ol’ can and strings. You can actually hear another person speaking. A group of people can hear everyone else. This is very interesting when considering that the “web” also functions as a metaphor for the internet. 12′ wide 5′ tall […]
Art that people can wear around the gallery to encourage talking about art. Once you wear the shirt you take on the personality of that artwork. 5’7″ x 2′ x 2′ t-shirts, puffy paint, hangers, wood, hardware, laserprintThis artwork has been sold to multiple collectors
Two concepts merge together in one artwork: 1) Twister: nut and screw (the nut twists around) 2) Twister: landscape with dramatic weather conditions implies a tornado is nearby The medium supports these two concepts: 1) The frame is made from construction horse wood. These construction materials implies the damage done by a twister. 2) The […]