Bipartisan Collapse (2016)

Bipartisan Collapse (2016)

Aluminum and LED multicolored lighting. 
48 x 28 x 3 in. 

A glowing piece of protest art inspired by the 2016 presidential election. Based on the oddly ironic "This Page Intentionally Left Blank" seen on bills and legal documents. Piece can be set to one of more than a dozen colors or to cycle through them. 

Analog Analogy (2015)

Analog Analogy (2015)

Sheet metal, plastic, clock mechanism, argon mercury gas, glass tubing
20 x 20 x 8 in. 

Functional antique Kodak promotional clock (circa 1950) with neon tubing. A testament to the upside down and sideways life of the two cities highlighted. 

Two and Two (2015)

Two and Two (2015)

Sheet metal, argon mercury gas, glass tubing, plastic, acrylic paint 
30 x 18 x 7 in. 

Repurposed neon channel lettering, affixed with North Korean propaganda and Big Brother imagery from the novel "1984." A saying from the book is painted on the face. 

The Hand You're Dealt (2014)

The Hand You're Dealt (2014)

Wood, clear glass tubing, fluorescent light, green glass, plastic 
20 x 32 x 4 in

This piece utilizes 10 loterĂ­a cards, adorned with clear glass tubes that are meant to invoke a marquee sign. The glass is backlit with a fluorescent tube. 

The Big O (2015)

The Big O (2015)

Sheet metal, argon mercury gas, glass tubing, plastic, ink on transparencies
21 x 18 x 8 in.

Repurposed neon channel lettering, with classic pinup girls. The rest is left to your imagination. 

Huddled Masses (2015)

Huddled Masses (2015)

Sheet metal, LCD lighting, plastic, paper adhesive
21 x 18 x 8 in. 

Repurposed channel letter with "Hello My Name Is..." stickers written with the most common male and female names on Earth. The red, white and blue is intended to represent America and the name to underscore its openness.