Artwork & Writing > Mail Art, 2010 - 2019

I began to send mail art in 2010 with a series of postcards delivered to 40 individuals as part of the series Nine Fake Cakes and Nine Bodies of Water. In 2011, I joined the Postcard Collective and have consistently created a new piece 3-4 times a year. I sporadically make cards in conjunction with specific projects, one of which was exhibited at the Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station in There Is No Point South of the South Pole. I use mail art to test ideas and many of the ones included here show the start of a new body of work. They allow me to express my interests in other mediums such as variations on the usage of text and social media as an art form.

Art Historian
archival pigment print
6" x 4"
2011
JKR's Box
archival pigment print
6" x 4"
2011
We Care
archival pigment print wrapped in plastic
4" x 6"
2012
Camden's Rock
archival pigment print
4" x 6"
2013
Thunderbird Hotel, Marfa, Texas
archival pigment print
4" x 6"
2013
Gregory Crewdson: No Filter Tungsten Light
archival pigment print
3.5" x 5.5"
2013
I Stole These Art Related Objects
archival pigment print
4" x 6"
2014
Hommage à Douglas Huebler
archival pigment print and envelope
6" x 4"
2014
Soaked in the Great Salt Lake at Spiral Jetty
typing paper, salt water and plastic in an envelope
4" x 6"
2015
Robert Adams Lives Here
archival pigment print
4" x 6"
2016
You Called Robert Frank
archival pigment print
4" x 6"
2017
Further explorations in Metaphorical Antipodes
archival pigment print
7" x 5"
2017
Same But Different
archival pigment print
4" x 6"
2018
The Sound That I Saw (After Roy DeCarava)
archival pigment print
6" x 4"
2019