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Here is a collection of installations I have created and shown. My installations usually tend to be composed of light and sometimes sound. 

TTFN (Ta-Ta For Now) ©
Neon, Acrylic, Aluminum
38 x 24 x 3 inches

© 2018 All Rights Reserved

This neon installation took inspiration from a culmination of events, including the Hawai Missile Alert text message that went out to everyone on the island at the beginning of 2018. Add in personal experiences with heartbreak, and memories of AOL Chat, mobile portals/WAP sites on flip phones - et voila! You have TTFN.

This Is Not A Drill seeks to contrast uncomfortable and uneasy feelings about the future with pleasant and safe memories of the past. It does this by combining nostalgic imagery with nuclear themes. 

This collection of illustrations (showcased as projections) was birthed out of nuclear tensions between North Korea, South Korea, and the United States. It was created in 2018 shortly after Hwasong-15 (the first Intercontinental Ballistic Missile) was successfully tested. Within weeks of proving to the world that North Korea can indeed fire nuclear weapons at anyone and anytime - everyone in Hawaii received a text alert that a missile was incoming.

My work was inspired by these real-life events. After creating these pieces, I was invited to showcase my illustrations and video art at the CICA Museum in South Korea.

This Is Not A Drill Exhibition
(Photo of projections)

CICA Museum
Gimpo, South Korea

System Success

Vector Based Imaging
50" x 50"
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Hawaii Missile Alert

Vector Based Imaging
50" x 50"

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Video Installation

This "moving" retrofuturistic LED installation (complete with a sound component), is intended to be a visual depiction of the time.

Time, Space & Outer Space

LED and Acrylic installation
30" x 30"
DePaul Art Museum

Time constraints and limits us, yet we can't actually see it. Because I can't see it, I associated time with change and movement. Time, Space & Outer Space took inspiration from Einstein's Theory of Relativity, and David Bowie's otherwordly Ziggy Stardust character. The installation is part of the DePaul Art Museum's permanent collection.

The video footage below contains the sound component Time, Space & Sound which accompanied the LED installation. The sound piece is 1 minute and 20 seconds long and took an almost unrecognizable 7 seconds from David Bowie's Space Oddity demo. The completed component took inspiration from 1950/60's Hollywood sci-fi sounds.

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