Redemption – SF Dump Opening

Hello Everyone! Thank you so much for coming out to support myself and Erik Otto in our two person show at Recology (aka: The Dump) this past weekend. There was a packed crowd Friday night, thanks to the press we got in the Chronicle’s 96 Hours and a mention on KQED’s Things to Do segment last week! The work looked great and the place was packed! Many came out braving the rainy weather to get to the Residency’s Gallery space. Check out the images below to get a sense of the evening.

The Gallery Space just before the Opening Friday, 1/22.

Installations just before the doors open.

Early crowd.

Over 500+ people came out to the show Friday night, braving all the bad weather!

“Construction on” vintage book paper.

“Reclining Still” in colored pencil.

One panel of  “Contained Spaces”.

A second panel of “Contained Spaces”.

It was an amazing Opening evening and the Residency was a transformative experience overall. Thank you to the entire staff at the Dump: Deborah, Micah, James, Amelia and Sharon, who all made the experience so much richer and easier. To the men who worked beside me scavenging, and to all of my friends, family and fans who make what I do so incredibly rewarding.

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One response to “Redemption – SF Dump Opening

  1. Wow! Just discovered your work…think I’m in love. Can’t wait to see more.

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