EATING PRACTICE (Current Portfolios) > Snacks and Treats

Food packaging has become an occupying image that serves as both metaphor and formal inspiration. Simple objects that unfold, contain, separate, codify, or connect may signify the invisible structures that form our daily lives. By re-contextualizing the familiar, these images aim to attract and provoke questions about contemporary food science, consumerism, and the mundane act of eating.

Family Sized Pop
Sculptural Lithograph with Laserprints
18" x 12" x 8"
2010
Family Size Pop
Sculptural Lithograph with Laserprints
18" x 12" x 8"
2010
Pop Family (Working Sketch)
Graphite on Paper
20" x 28"
2009
Pop Couple
Lithograph Collage with Graphite
22" x 26"
2009
Pop Family
Lithograph
22" x 30"
2010
Faceted Popcorn Study
Etching with Chine Colle
4" x 4"
2009
Conjoined, Identical, Fraternal
Lithograph
15" x 11"
2008
Micro Snack Pack
Lithograph
12" x 9"
2009
Popcorn Book (Detail Flat)
Relief Printed Image Book
7" x 7" x 7"
2009
Popcorn Book (Detail Closed)
Relief Printed Image Book
7" x 7" x 7"
2010
Popcorn Book
Relief Printed Image Book
7" x 7" x 7"
2009
Red Zinger Cup
Sculptural Screenprint
4" x 14" x 11"
2010
Thirsty Juice
Lithograph
12" x 16"
2010
Thirsty Juice Box II
Sculptural Lithograph
6" x 15" x 22"
2010
Thirsty Juice Box I
Sculptural Lithograph
6" x 18" x 16"
2010
Principle of Multiplication
Lithograph
28" x 21"
2010
P.O.M. (Detail)
Sculptural Lithograph and plastic
2010
P.O.M.
Sculptural Lithograph and Plastic
90" x 72" x 8"
2009