Movement of Potential Object for Theater, No. 1, 2011, Silent HD video, 28 seconds


Potential Object for Theater, No. 2, 2011, Plywood, hardware and fluorescent lighting, 29 3/4 x 15 x 12 1/2 inches


THIS WAS THE KIND OF PRESENTATION OF ALL THE MATERIAL, 2010, Still from live performance with Dorian McKaie, Rug, plywood, oil enamel, latex paint and lighting, 13 x 13 x 8 feet, Photograph by John Sisson 


Loter√ća (El Nopal) & Universal Alphabet, Artwork by Cactus Salazar, Nuevo Laredo, Mexico, August 1997, 2011, Framed poster, 30 x 24 inches 


Blue Wall, 2010, Drywall, latex paint, wood, and fluorescent lighting, 10 x 17 x 1 1/2 feet 


Still from HOLDING A POSITION FOR LONGER THAN IS NECESSARY TO PROVE A POINT; YVES KLEIN, UNIVERSITY OF SORBONNE-PARIS, PARIS, FRANCE, 1959; IGOR STRAVINSKY, HARVARD UNIVERSITY, CAMBRIDGE, MASSACHUSETTS, 1939; VITO ACCONCI, NOVA SCOTIA COLLEGE OF ART & DESIGN, HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA, 1977, 2010, Silent HD video projection, 9 x 5 feet (installed) 


Still from HOLDING A POSITION FOR LONGER THAN IS NECESSARY TO PROVE A POINT; YVES KLEIN, UNIVERSITY OF SORBONNE-PARIS, PARIS, FRANCE, 1959; IGOR STRAVINSKY, HARVARD UNIVERSITY, CAMBRIDGE, MASSACHUSETTS, 1939; VITO ACCONCI, NOVA SCOTIA COLLEGE OF ART & DESIGN, HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA, 1977, 2010, Silent HD video projection, 9 x 5 feet (installed) 


THE PROBLEM WITH THE CORNER, 2010, Baltic birch plywood, oil enamel and rugs, 8 x 4 1/2 x 13 feet. Also the set for the performance, THE PROBLEM WITH THE CORNER, live performance with Annie Maurer. 


YOU CAN THINK
YOU CAN DREAM
AND WHEN YOU SPEAK YOU CAN HEAR
, 2011
Maple plywood, poplar, oil enamel, computers, televisions, three-channel looped video animation (4:30), three-channel looped audio (4:30) and text, 8 x 8 x 6 1/2 feet