Distance Paintings

2002 -

ink and spray paint on found material, with hardware

sizes vary


The Distance Painting series is a series of paintings made with three silk-screens. Each image is 12" x 1.5". One is a straight line, one is a quarter circle and other is a half circle. Each painting is, ultimately, of a different length.

The two double sided Distance Paintings were made for the lobby of the Brooklyn Academy of Music. The distance of the one in the foreground is based on the circumference of the lobby and while the other is based on two diagonals through it. 

The site-specific Distance Painting (784') is based on the circumference of the room in which it is painted.


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Distance Paintings (48, 48, 48, 48)
2015
Distance Paintings (24, 48, 62, 86)
2015
Distance Paintings (132', 152")
2010

 Installation view, Brooklyn Academy of Music

Distance Paintings
2002

Installation view, Microsoft Collection

Distance Paintings
2002

Installation view, Robert Birch Gallery

Distance Painting (784')
2004

site specific

Distance Painting (180')
2007
Distance Painting (184')
2007
Distance Painting (64/64.1)
2008
Distance Painting (24/32)
2008