The next life of property

On a chalk drawing of the United States flag hangs grandma's chair. Here, the chair is transformed from common object to what I call an 'everyday relic'. This work alludes to the history of segregated school systems in the United States.

60 x 36 x 48 inches
Tampico broom born via Mexico; Concrete; Texas sourced soil; Chalk and chalkboard paint

Suspended Grid

Suspended Grid is a game system based on the popular game Connect Four where the goal is to connect four game tokens in a grid either horizontally, vertically, or diagonally. The tokens have been changed to identifiers according to Kimberlé Crenshaw's theory of intersectionality. Intersectionality or the social categorizations of race, class, and gender considers aspects of identity as not existing separately but influence each other and are interwoven through social interactions. 

Soiled Chair

24 x 30 x 42 inches
Grandma's chair; Texas sourced soil; Chalkboard paint