Alphabet (2011-2017) installed in the exhibition THIS KNOWN WORLD: The Spontaneous Particulars of the Poetry Research Bureau at the MOCA Grand Storefront, Los Angeles. This chalk piece superimposes the 26 uppercase characters of the roman alphabet.
My book ◯ (Ugly Duckling Presse, 2013) installed as an unbound coloring book in Rise Up!, an exhibition for school-age children that collects artist responses to “the state of our nation.” The exhibition is curated by San Francisco Arts Education Project and will be on display from March 4 to May 6 at their Minnesota Street Project gallery. Photo taken by artist Erin Mitchell.
Pages 4 and 5 of an untitled, in-progress optical illusion newspaper (2015-ongoing). A kind of visual corollary to my sound poem WARMUP (2011).
Point (2015) installed in The Plain Sense of Things, an exhibition of text art, at Sierra Nevada College’s art gallery in a show of text art.
Visual Sound Poems (2011 to 2015) installed at a group show, Voices, at The Kala Art Institute in Berkeley, CA.
The City of Nature (2014) installed in Poetry will be made by all! at LUMA/Westbau, Zürich
Contains text from the beginning of my novel-in-progress The City of Nature.
Badvertisements (2012) published in ARMED CELL 2
Experiments in eliminating, redirecting, and confusing desire.
Summer on Nob Hill (2012) is a collection of collaborations between graffiti artists and homeowners, landlords, renters, or workers hired to mask the graffiti. These collaborations were documented in two books: Summer on Nob Hill: Part 1 (Gauss PDF, 2015) and Summer on Nob Hill: Part 2 (Gauss PDF, 2015). Both books are available as free PDFs and paperbacks on the Gauss PDF site.
P A R QUE in memoriam Mary Ellen Solt (2012) is a sketch for a public park design. This and other sketches were collected in P A R K in memoriam Mary Ellen Solt (Gauss PDF, 2015).
Blueprint for Realist Cinema (Four Stars) (2011) on the cover of a Spring 2011 issue of Try! Magazine
page 19 from I Can See You But I Know You’re There (incomplete, 2011) forthcoming from Gauss PDF
Balding Type (2010)
This piece appeared in The New Concrete (Hayward Publishing, 2015), an anthology surveying the “rise of concrete poetry in the digital age.”