what: 72 sq ft
when: 2016 
where: Pulse Art Fair / NYC

how: 36 unique graphite and chalk pastel frottage prints on paper (lining the back wall). Ink, graphite, colored pencil, oil pastel, aerosol and mica powder on paper (4 x framed). Smoke infused glass panels. Joint compound, chalk pastel, mica powder and cold wax medium on drywall and wood. Aerosol, graphite, soot and incense ash on ceramics. Ink, graphite, colored pencil, tape, and aluminum leaf on paper and mylar. Formica.

why: A continuation of using sculptures and objects as a site of activity and exploring their use value. The grid of frottage’s were taken from the surface of the sculpture. The ceramic vessels were used to burn scraps and ephemera from the studio - noted on the smoke impregnated glass hovering above. The central sculpture was reconfigured for parts of messenger at the Knockdown Center where the dynamics of an objects’ workmanlike nature were developed further.