I am a recent graduate from The Cooper Union School of Art in New York. Currently, I am a graphics developer at the Wall Street Journal. I am interested in
My work at the Journal falls mostly under the very broad category of “digital editorial design”.
Previously, I was the co-director of an independent art space called 266 W 25 St, which was the address. The space officially billed itself as:
an open, artist-run space to be activated by a series of short-term projects. [We opt to] allow participating artists to craft not only their projects but also the institutions that will surround their work.
266 W 25 St ran for two years, while we created websites and writings to support these fictional institutions.
Among the institutions were:
- A publishing house
- A convention to redraft the dictionary
- A poets labor union
- A screening room
- The X-Files, as a dance center
- and more
After burning out, I went to the Universität der Kunste Berlin and studied under Hito Steyerl.
I finished my education at Cooper Union with an exhibition that explored time, labor, and Times Square. The show was called Unlimited Liability. This is the text I put on my invitations:
If you’re here because you are questioning your right to expect something of the workplace; if you’re here because your expectations of stability feel ungrounded; if you question what essential quality about yourself is valuable, then you’re in the right place. Because think about it: is this the new you?
I am lucky enough to be surrounded by a group of excellent artists, designers, writers, and generous people. Here is a list of some of them: