Text works since 1996 and the writing of the work, ‘eh, dah, be’ were originally conceived/constructed to be in three parts, as they were written for three-sided rotating billboards that would function as an exhibit didactic. They have since developed without necessarily paying attention to that template.
Musing on various subject/content such as studio process, the line marker as an emblematic code and its socio cultural meaning(s), the landscape, the meaning of certain locales, numbers, people, places and things surrounding its historicity; text works are generally thought of as creative manifestos or a poesis to the mundane.
BREAD AND BUTTER,
BREAD AND BUTTER, 2014
TOPOPHILIA, MY LOVE, 2007
SECTION ELEVEN: MARKINGS AND DELINEATIONS, SON: EVEN KINGS LIE, 2006
Eleven Statements about Line Markers, 2004
mar, fee, tea, 2004
nein, teen, 11, 2001-2002
nay, brr, hood, 1998
eh, dah, be, 1997