Falling Red Chairs, 2007, digital print

The work is motivated by the failure of language to faithfully represent how separation and loss are experienced. Illness, eviction and homelessness are tragic events, the experiences of which are inadequately described by words. The furniture used for some of this work was selected for its spare anonymity and inconsequentiality. Disruption of normalcy is in the chaotic suspension of resin chairs, the sliced dresser with spilled contents and the cut up dining room.

Displacement Gallery

Up and Out, Artpace, Hudson (Show) Room, San Antonio, TX

Absence and Presence: A Printmaking Response to the Bombing at Al

Mutanabbi Street, an on-going international traveling exhibition

They Still Cast Shadows, Boston Sculptors Gallery, Boston, MA

I Don’t Know the Details, Essex Art Center, Lawrence, MA

When Is It Time to Panic, Sarah Doyle Gallery, Brown University, Providence, RI

I Don’t Know the Details, Locco Ritoro Gallery, Boston, MA

Inaugural Exhibition, Bernard A. Zuckerman Museum of Art: Southern Graphics Council International Collection, Bernard A. Zuckerman Museum of Art, Kennesaw, GA

On/Of/Like/About Paper, Boston Sculptors Gallery, Boston, MA

Simply the Best, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA

Salt City Dozen, Syracuse University Coyne Gallery, Syracuse, NY