The Space around His Chair, 2015, cardboard, packing tape, urinal, 51 x 42 x 18 inches

The Space around His Chair uses parody to confront an American Standard men’s urinal.

A humorous, cardboard construction made from the urinal's shipping box, the space around the object draws attention to the art historical tropes of the readymade, as well as negative space made material. 

With it's shipping box, the urinal addresses the Pop/Minimalist ideology of art as a hyper-materialized object and the primacy of materiality over immateriality, a dominant value since the European Renaissance and of the world in the 20th and 21st centuries.

A Cast of the Space Under His Chair, 2015, wax, 10 x 21 x 8 inches

A Cast of the Space Under His Chair uses parody to confront an American Standard men’s urinal. Overtly handmade wax casts from the space under the urinal draw attention to the art historical trope of  the readymade and the lineage of influence inspired by negative space made material. The wax casts address the Pop/Minimalist ideology of art as a hyper-materialized object and the primacy of materiality over immateriality, a dominant value since the European Renaissance and of the world in the 20th and 21st centuries.

Mirror-scan: Ask Siri What is 0 ÷ 0, number 2, 2015, pigment print, 30 x 36 inches

Dialouges: The Things Themselves, 2015, india ink on paper, 30 x 24 inches

Text: "I know your suffering is painful, but it is funny, you should laugh at me. Let us talk later. I have to get back to things. The things themselves."

Form and Emptiness (Monkey), 2105, bronze, concrete, 2015, 6 x 3 x 2 inches

Kilroy Psychopomp2015, bronze, concrete,  4 x 6 x 30 inches