Art

EDITION Online @ Simone DeSousa Gallery

Simone DeSousa has revamped their online store, to match the recent overhaul at EDITION. You can find selections from my special project this year, including my flags, under the “Limited Editions” section, as well as a wide variety of fascinating and beautiful objects from some of Detroit’s leading artists. Come for the art! And then […]

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CALL FOR ARTISTS: Preserving Identity @ Public Pool

Really excited to get this out into the world: I’ve teamed up with a talented student-curator named Nushrat and the unsinkable Public Pool to put together an exhibition that will be a showcase of Muslim American youth experience, opening in May. If you are Muslim American and under the age of 30, please check out […]

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MOCAMoon @ Hyperallergic

Can we make art that transcends petty terrestrial concerns? The Museum of Contemporary Art on the Moon (MOCAM) has drawn together a diverse group of contemporary artists (including myself) to create work for a speculative museum that might one day exist on the moon. MOCAM was conceived in 2016 by visual artist Julio Orta in […]

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This Weekend in Various Artstuffs

There’s a lot going on this weekend, and beyond! On Saturday, February 18th at 4:00pm, I’m moderating an artist talk with  Gina Reichert & Mitch Cope, at David Klein Gallery’s downtown location. Organizational Strategies for the After Life is a collaborative project by Gina Reichert and Mitch Cope, the husband and wife team formerly known […]

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“The Orbit” with Cedric Tai @ The Museum of Contemporary Art on the Moon (MOCAM)

Really honored to be included in the inaugural show for The Museum of Contemporary Art on the Moon (MOCAM). I collaborated on a piece with Cedric Tai called “The Orbit” – it’s an audio work and you can listen to it online. The museum was conceived in 2016 by visual artist Julio Orta in response […]

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“Heart” – a featured artist project @ Simone DeSousa Gallery’s EDITION

“Whenever I start thinking of my love for a person, I am in the habit of immediately drawing radii from my love—from my heart, from the tender nucleus of a personal matter—to monstrously remote points in the universe. Something impels me to measure the consciousness of my love against such unimaginable and incalculable things as […]

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