Artworks
Digital Photography
variable
2013
trash documentation
2009
egg shells
12" x 12" x 12"
2010
appropriation, Advertisments, Magazine ads, gold leafing, India Ink, dust
2012
Appropriated/Altered magazine ad
2009
appropriation
2011
appropriation, Advertisments, Magazine ads, gold leafing, India Ink, dust
2011
appropriation, Advertisments, Magazine ads, gold leafing, India Ink, dust
2011
appropriation, Advertisments, Magazine ads, gold leafing, India Ink, dust
2011
appropriation, Advertisments, Magazine ads, gold leafing, India Ink, dust
2011
appropriation, Advertisments, Magazine ads, gold leafing, India Ink, dust
2011
appropriation, Advertisments, Magazine ads, gold leafing, India Ink, dust
2011
mixed media, Installation
2011
Installation, mixed media
2011
Installation, mixed media
2011
Installation, mixed media
2011
Installation, mixed media
2011
Installation, mixed media
2011
Installation, mixed media
2011
Installation, mixed media
2011
Installation, mixed media
2011
mixed media, Installation, institutional critique, assemblage, recycled, identity, appropriation, time, duration, Sculpture, Collage
2013
Installation, mixed media, recycled
2013
Installation, mixed media, recycled, plastics
2013
Installation, mixed media, recycled, body, hair
2013
hair, Performance, time, calendar, institutional critique, Conceptual
2013
recycled, time, duration, identity, Performance, institutional critique, Collage
2013
Installation, recycled, time, duration, Glass, institutional critique, identity, Performance, Sculpture
2013
Glass, Sculpture, time, duration, Performance, institutional critique, assemblage, appropriation, identity
2013
egg shells, Sculpture, Installation, Performance, time, duration, institutional critique, identity
2013
paper, recycled, Installation, Sculpture, assemblage, appropriation, institutional critique, identity, Performance, time, duration
2013
recycled, lids, caps, steel, Metal, assemblage, Sculpture, time, duration, Performance, appropriation, institutional critique, identity
2013
questionnaire, Writing, print, text, Conceptual, institutional critique, identity, Interactive, participation
2014
questionnaire, Writing, print, text, Conceptual, institutional critique, identity, Interactive, participation
2014
appropriation
2014
appropriation
2014

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  • Rick-Jo updated the Artwork VOID #50 (Levine)
    This work explores the nature of desire, expectation, artistic creation, celebrity, influence of legacy and history, as well as what is known and not known about the art and the artist. The artist’s official embossing seal also plays with appropriation and the bounds of what qualifies a work of art.
  • Covering the page with black ink and the text with metalic leafing completely transforms the image. These obliterations/erasures are used as both destructive and generative methods of creation. The blackness leaves a void to be filled by the viewer with the potential for the image to be consumed, ready-(to-be-re-)made.
  • The questionnaire is an evaluation, the childlike inquiry of pulling things apart, then being left with pieces imbued with the new knowledge and the potential to begin again.   I am interested in the Beuysian/Warholian potential of the individual to become an artist and to create and change the world.   I am interested in how ideas shape our realities and how talk surrounding works of art influence our perception of art and take part in the further creation of art, beyond just the hand or conc…
  • Partly a calendar, zigzagging back and forth from top to bottom tracking the biological output of hair shed from my head over 365 days, (all the works in this project begin and end on the winter solstice), the project reflects on time spent through the act of living, and universal acts of creation.
  • This group of work documents all of my non perishable trash collected over the course of one year (2011) and sorted into like materials, reduced to bits and assembeled into minimal forms. With consideration to the traditions of readymades and appropriation, one thing I am interested the potential for materials to preserve their autonomy as something yet to be consumed. Utilizing unique qualities of materials usually considered to be trash to act as a record of experience, the work explores the …
  • This group of work documents all of my non perishable trash collected over the course of one year (2011) and sorted into like materials, reduced to bits and assembeled into minimal forms. With consideration to the traditions of readymades and appropriation, one thing I am interested the potential for materials to preserve their autonomy as something yet to be consumed. Utilizing unique qualities of materials usually considered to be trash to act as a record of experience, the work explores the …
  • This group of work documents all of my non perishable trash collected over the course of one year (2011) and sorted into like materials, reduced to bits and assembeled into minimal forms. With consideration to the traditions of readymades and appropriation, one thing I am interested the potential for materials to preserve their autonomy as something yet to be consumed. Utilizing unique qualities of materials usually considered to be trash to act as a record of experience, the work explores the …
  • This group of work documents all of my non perishable trash collected over the course of one year (2011) and sorted into like materials, reduced to bits and assembeled into minimal forms. With consideration to the traditions of readymades and appropriation, one thing I am interested the potential for materials to preserve their autonomy as something yet to be consumed. Utilizing unique qualities of materials usually considered to be trash to act as a record of experience, the work explores the …