Category Archives: New Work

new work (A History of Greece).

Truth has a process, a form, and most importantly, a history. This history, then, has a material existence. It is something. It is books, printed language. It is windows and reflections. It is cloth and it is metal. It is burning. It is color. Continue reading

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new work (building material).

So what does it mean to posit building material as bodily? That our limbs are like rope? Our flesh, like cloth? Everything becomes colored, dyed, pigmented. The evental space itself fuses these contradictions, making syntheses. Body is building. Bone is plaster. Fragile. Impressive. Each is a monument. Each, sculpture. Not the container of a secret, but the secret itself. Continue reading

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new work (OSSIFY).

Continuing Wallace’s mythological narrative of the evental wanderer, OSSIFY works within similar themes of truth as event, trajectories of fidelity out of a void, and bodily extensions of the transcendental. Working loosely within a Butoh aesthetic, this new installation uses athleticism as material, as well as formally engaging rope, plaster, clay and skin. Continue reading

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new work (ascent).

Let us be astronauts, then; let us ascend newness. Continue reading

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