“A theory in two parts” 72.75x46x12 in Acrylic on canvas, epoxy resin and a broom 2016
How did you get into debt?
most of my debt is from a combination of student loan and high cost of living in nyc covering to to low salaries and paying opportunities for young artist
Interlock objects (target no. 88-91) 96x96x14 in, acrylics and resin casting of a Found object on wood 2016
How does your economic reality effect your art?
my economical reality have a major effect on my art, First of all because of the fact that don't have enough economic ability to buy materials. a thing that limit my in the number of work i can produce. also im limited in size and number of work i can make because i don't have a studio and I'm working from my house. There are also works that I want to produce, but because there would be no place to store them, I reject the execution.
“Reconstruction of a frame” 20.5x23.5x2.75 in acrylic on wood and a chair seat 2016
Would your work look different if you weren't in debt?:
I believe that the basis of my work will be similar from a conceptual point of view. but being without debt will allow my to continue to develop my work by using better materials in the creation process. and also it will allow my to grow in scale. A fact which certainly will affect the rest of my artistic evolution
"Chinese flag with two line" 78x36.5x1 in wood, acrylic, enamel paint, Chinese flag 2016