2014, 90" x 102", Paper, Tempra paint, Projected video
This is an Inverted Investigation which attempts to capture the pathways taken by the body when attempting moves such as handstands and cartwheels. My feet are black, my calves are green, my thighs are blue and my arms are orange. When projected, the digital paint smudges align with the actual paint on paper.
2014, 36" x 103" x 1", Vellum, Acrylic, Copper tubing, Projected video
This piece is the most recent piece in the Inverted Investigation series and is an investigation of mark making and the evidence of movement. It explores the places where my skin actually made contact.
Inverted Investigation: Charcoal
2014, 48" x 102", Paper, Charcoal, Vaseline, Movement
This is the third Inverted Investigation playing with the removal of material. It was first done with skin to charcoal and then again with vaseline on skin to charcoal.
Inverted Investigation: Chalk & Vaseline
2014, 72" x 102" x 2", Paper, Chalk, Vaseline, Movement
This is the second piece in the Inverted Investigation series. It was done first with body on chalk, and then vaseline on body on chalk.
2014, 72" x 102", Charcoal, Masking tape, Movement
The first of the Inverted Investigation series, this piece was done has a performance to see what lines my hands and feet would produce as a result of doing gymnastics against the wall. Throughout the performance, the charcoal pieces broke from the tension and fell. Smudges were created as other parts of my body passed through the lines.