ARTIST BOOKS

SOUP’S ON
This book examines representations of women, family and white privilege in popular culture by juxtaposing clichés and banalities of dinner table conversations with appropriated images of people gathered together to dine. Xerography, limited edition, 1987

Left: SHE LIKED TO DANCE
This book transforms a peculiarly censored image of a women desperately jumping out of a window into a woman dancing. The narrative underscores and contradicts the image in order to highlight the absurdity of censorship and demonstrate that meaning is always contingent upon context. Xerography, limited edition, 1987

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Right: CALL ME
This book examines representations of women, family and white privilege in popular culture by juxtaposing clichés and banalities of constructed phone conversations with appropriated images of people talking on the phone. Xerography, limited edition, 1987

THE SAME OLD STORY
This book examines representations of heterosexual marriage in popular culture by juxtaposing a slowly dissolving film-still of a couple in a bedroom with a cliché narrative about a relationship falling apart. The book is generatively printed, with each page photocopied from the next, incrementally transforming the image until it disappears. Xerography, limited edition, 1987.