susan, 68, lives alone. her workplace is across the street from her house. she has never left her neighborhood. her boring and passive life is punctuated by nightly visits from a malevolent spirit, the ghost of a bitter witch, a violent sorcerer locked in the basement, a hateful poltergeist, the insane sheeted man with long wooden legs. this body of work was made in her honor, an anatomy of a life lived on the edge of a nightmare.
25 pieces printed on a laser printer, taped together, and hung in the ugliest frames i could find online
personal work for a solo show in 2017 at chhaya gallery, philadelphia
series of personal pieces for an installation
THE BOOK OF TRASH READING ROOM
installation designed to house my mfa thesis, a collection of zines titled “the book of trash.” included in the installation were a tiled floor, wallpaper, and antique furniture inherited from my great-aunt