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Karen (excerpt)

This narrative/experimental short is based on the Junk Lady, a peripheral character in Jim Henson's seminal 1989 film, Labyrinth. I have renamed her Karen and imagined an origin story for her. 

Karen was made during my time at the Recology Artist in Residence program in San Francisco, California. All the puppets, sets, and costumes were made from thrown away toys, fabric, appliances, and other objects scavenged from the public disposal and recycling area at Recology.

(Please email me if you would like access to the whole video)

Karen (excerpt)

This narrative/experimental short is based on the Junk Lady, a peripheral character in Jim Henson's seminal 1989 film, Labyrinth. I have renamed her Karen and imagined an origin story for her. 

Karen was made during my time at the Recology Artist in Residence program in San Francisco, California. All the puppets, sets, and costumes were made from thrown away toys, fabric, appliances, and other objects scavenged from the public disposal and recycling area at Recology.

(Please email me if you would like access to the whole video)

Karen (still)

Karen (still)

 

This narrative/experimental short is based on the Junk Lady, a peripheral character in Jim Henson's seminal 1989 film, Labyrinth. I have renamed her Karen and imagined an origin story for her. 

Karen was made during my time at the Recology Artist in Residence program in San Francisco, California. All the puppets, sets, and costumes were made from thrown away toys, fabric, appliances, and other objects scavenged from the public disposal and recycling area at Recology.

(Please email me if you would like access to the whole video)

Museum Guide

Based on actual events

RE-EDIT: SFPD Chief Greg Suhr on KQED

"There is an unbroken line of police violence in the United States that takes us all the way back to the days of slavery, the aftermath of slavery, the development of the Ku Klux Klan...There is so much history of this racist violence that simply to bring one person to justice is not going to disturb the whole racist edifice.” - Angela Davis

Letter for Correspondencia/Correspondence

Letter for Correspondencia/Correspondence

This piece was for a show curated by Cranium Corporation at CTRL+SHFT Collective in Oakland, held from June 8—24, 2016 and online at craniumcorporation.org

Queer Art History Trivia Night

Queer Art History Trivia Night

A trivia contest hosted by me and Maysoun Wazwaz at Royal NoneSuch Gallery on July 6, 2016. If you would like me to host an art history trivia night at your home or other venue, please contact me!

Karen (excerpt)

This narrative/experimental short is based on the Junk Lady, a peripheral character in Jim Henson's seminal 1989 film, Labyrinth. I have renamed her Karen and imagined an origin story for her. 

Karen was made during my time at the Recology Artist in Residence program in San Francisco, California. All the puppets, sets, and costumes were made from thrown away toys, fabric, appliances, and other objects scavenged from the public disposal and recycling area at Recology.

(Please email me if you would like access to the whole video)

Karen (excerpt)

This narrative/experimental short is based on the Junk Lady, a peripheral character in Jim Henson's seminal 1989 film, Labyrinth. I have renamed her Karen and imagined an origin story for her. 

Karen was made during my time at the Recology Artist in Residence program in San Francisco, California. All the puppets, sets, and costumes were made from thrown away toys, fabric, appliances, and other objects scavenged from the public disposal and recycling area at Recology.

(Please email me if you would like access to the whole video)

Karen (still)

 

This narrative/experimental short is based on the Junk Lady, a peripheral character in Jim Henson's seminal 1989 film, Labyrinth. I have renamed her Karen and imagined an origin story for her. 

Karen was made during my time at the Recology Artist in Residence program in San Francisco, California. All the puppets, sets, and costumes were made from thrown away toys, fabric, appliances, and other objects scavenged from the public disposal and recycling area at Recology.

(Please email me if you would like access to the whole video)

Museum Guide

Based on actual events

RE-EDIT: SFPD Chief Greg Suhr on KQED

"There is an unbroken line of police violence in the United States that takes us all the way back to the days of slavery, the aftermath of slavery, the development of the Ku Klux Klan...There is so much history of this racist violence that simply to bring one person to justice is not going to disturb the whole racist edifice.” - Angela Davis

Letter for Correspondencia/Correspondence

This piece was for a show curated by Cranium Corporation at CTRL+SHFT Collective in Oakland, held from June 8—24, 2016 and online at craniumcorporation.org

Queer Art History Trivia Night

A trivia contest hosted by me and Maysoun Wazwaz at Royal NoneSuch Gallery on July 6, 2016. If you would like me to host an art history trivia night at your home or other venue, please contact me!

Karen (excerpt)
Karen (excerpt)
Karen (still)
Museum Guide
RE-EDIT: SFPD Chief Greg Suhr on KQED
Letter for Correspondencia/Correspondence
Queer Art History Trivia Night