Various iterations of modular installation featuring woodcut prints adhered on walls. Each piece is made from a single woodblock with the text carved by hand.

A meditation on cycles of work and rest, Albert Camus’s notion of the absurd life, and the post-industrial Midwestern mentality.

Original Woodblock print
The Neon Heater, Findlay, OH
Louisville, KY
Louisville, KY
As part of “(Sub)Urban Sprawl” at the Stamp Gallery, College Park, MD

This work was also translated into a cut vinyl installation by Erik Waterkotte for the exhibition “Delusions of Grandeur” at Goodyear Arts in Charlotte, NC.