FALL RISK is the first result of an ongoing collaboration with the sculptor Nate Ricciuto, which exhibited at the Kitchen Table Gallery in Philadelphia, PA. The collaboration offered us the opportunity to work playfully to harmonize our parallel interests in natural phenomena and the apparatuses that constrain them, materiality, and industrious inquiry. I work mainly with simple sculptural materials, textiles, prints, and drawings; Nate often utilizes crafted glass works, kinetic sculptures, found materials, and light– although he is constantly inventing and sourcing surprising media. The collaboration led to some very curious material juxtapositions and connotations.  

Nate Ricciuto

Kitchen Table Gallery

Sift Net Velvet, Glass, Aluminum Tape 5' x 5' x 4', Collaboration

Soft Visor Colored Pencil on Paper, 20" x 20"

A Natural Perforation Colored Pencil on Paper on Panel, 20" x 20" 

Circo Sotterraneo Colored Pencil on Paper on Panel, 20" x 20"

Measuring for Brand Placement Rope, Glass Pins, Aluminum Tape, Approximately 3' x 4', Collaboration 

Kim Jong Un with Camo Net and Disembodied Glow Tripod, Branches, Mirrors, Lamp, Aluminum Tape, Pigment, Acrylic, Fabric, Collaboration

Visibility Tableaux Aluminum Stand, Branch, Tile, Aluminum Tape, Hand-Printed Yardage, Collaboration

Jewel Shed, Mirror, Digital Prints, Nate Ricciuto

Rough Tongue Non-skid Tape, Flocking, Aluminum Peg