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Remakes, 2009

Remakes, 2009

(acrylic on canvas)

For this series, I created replicas of conceptual artist books and re-purposed them in response to they’re built-in art historical references as well as their physical properties.

Cubed

Cubed

(acrylic on canvas)

In a serial gesture befitting the source material, CUBE by Sol Lewitt is recreated 6 times and stacked to form a cube.

Mel Bochner, Language 1966-2006

Mel Bochner, Language 1966-2006

(acrylic on canvas)

A replica of a catalogue of the work of Mel Bochner. The cover is a reproduction of one of his text paintings, which is returned to canvas and partially obstructed with a new layer of text.

Jut

Jut

(acrylic on canvas)

A replica of a Donald Judd catalogue that is mounted to the wall to mirror his own wall-mounted structures.

7 Days

7 Days

(acrylic on canvas)

DAY by Kenneth Goldsmith was recreated 7 times and stacked to make a week. This piece mirrors Goldsmith's own strategies as a writer, who is known for using existing texts and re-contextualizing them to create new meaning.

Remakes, 2009

(acrylic on canvas)

For this series, I created replicas of conceptual artist books and re-purposed them in response to they’re built-in art historical references as well as their physical properties.

Cubed

(acrylic on canvas)

In a serial gesture befitting the source material, CUBE by Sol Lewitt is recreated 6 times and stacked to form a cube.

Mel Bochner, Language 1966-2006

(acrylic on canvas)

A replica of a catalogue of the work of Mel Bochner. The cover is a reproduction of one of his text paintings, which is returned to canvas and partially obstructed with a new layer of text.

Jut

(acrylic on canvas)

A replica of a Donald Judd catalogue that is mounted to the wall to mirror his own wall-mounted structures.

7 Days

(acrylic on canvas)

DAY by Kenneth Goldsmith was recreated 7 times and stacked to make a week. This piece mirrors Goldsmith's own strategies as a writer, who is known for using existing texts and re-contextualizing them to create new meaning.

Remakes, 2009
Cubed
Mel Bochner, Language 1966-2006
Jut
7 Days