You Think You See Things

Part of the "brown-out" series, this installation is informed by Chicago's Graffiti Blaster program which removes graffiti by covering it in brown paint. The color brown is meant to cover the signs and assimilate the forms into the architectural landscape of the city, but instead the color brown becomes ever more visible. Along with the color, the gesture of "blasting" brown becomes an act of power. As part of this "brown outs" series, the form seeks to demarcate space and territory


You Think You See Things
Latex paint, plastic sheets, aluminum paper
Dimensions Variable