I was recently featured in the April 2017 issue of Interior Design. Titled "back to school," the article is about an alumni group from Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT). They showed together at the International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF), in a booth sponsored by FIT. Our concept was "Future Nostalgia", which was derived from a show by performance artist Penny Arcade, "Longing Lasts Longer". The article highlights different participant's work and discusses the meaning behind the concept.
I have some good news! I am showing my exciting new work at the International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF). It's part of my ongoing two decade series, "Sculpture Masquerading as Furniture" and I'm very excited about these pieces. Out of all the sculptures I've made, I believe these to be my best works. They are titled "Chairs For Hope #1, #2, #3" and are a commentary on our post-Obama world. I was invited by my alma mater, FIT, to participate in an alumni booth at the fair. Our concept is "Future Nostalgia", which was derived from a Penny Arcade performance. May 21-24 in New York City. Here's a sneak peek.