Untitled, 2016. Poisonous monkshood blossoms are pressed between the pages of Joanna Russ’ On Strike Against God.
The good socialist, 2016. Laser print on paper, 52″ × 36″.
Untitled, 2016. An article of clothing is sourced from a Gazipur factory that has experienced mass hallucinations and ghost attacks.
Until I am free, 2016. Blind embossing on tinfoil, 11″ × 8.5″.
Untitled, 2016. Graphite on newsprint, 12″ × 9″. I coordinated with an Ohio-based linguist to translate a grocery receipt for apples and bottled water into Ancient Sumerian. Cuneiform, the first known writing system, was originally necessitated to keep track of debt and credit.
No charms but coins, 2015–16. Excerpts from a collection of altered coins. Including love tokens, convict coins, and hobo nickles, these are examples of various individuals hand-engraving sentiments onto currency. Shown here are Canadian, American, Australian, and Cuban denominations circa 1844–2010.
Displaced spirits of dead labour, hear our plea, 2015. Spray paint on cardboard, 28″ × 22″ × 12″.
One must direct their labour to the unmaking of oneself, 2015–16. Painter’s tape on floor, ⌀ 72″.
Lion’s paw, 2016. I found a lion statue outside a bank in North Vancouver and made a cement cast of its right paw.
With thanks to The Neon HeaterThe Neon Heater.