On May 12, 2012 I participated in a group show hosted by "The Nightclub", a curatorial series consisting of 12 different one night events intended to create dialogue about art practice. This show, the second of the series was curated by Bhakti Baxter. "One Size Fits All" was a group show with work by: Kevin Arrow, Jenna Balfe, Bhakti Baxter, Autumn Casey, Clint Casey, Dino Felipe, Kool Large, Gean Moreno, Upahar David Neiburger, Daniel Newman, and DJ Le Spam. The premise of the show was essentially to interpret the work or the spirit of Frank Zappa in whatever way each artist felt appropriate. My piece was a series of rainbows "prints" I created by painting rainbows on my rear-end and then sitting on paper.
This was my first solo art show. The premise was that I would take really long walks or canoe trips around Miami and collect objects that were discarded and then turn them into objects of art over the duration of a month. At the end of the show all of the objects, no matter how desired they were, were to be returned to where they once came (the trash) to continue their journey into pleasant nothingness. This was a commentary on the art object as sacred as well as making a subtle point about the beauty of death. I also made a video for the show and had performances occur during the month I was in the space and at the opening and closing. Dancer Marie Bandres created a piece for the opening and artists Bhakti Baxter and Jay Hines gave a musical performance. Please see website below for more photo's