• After Uematsu Keiji

    A reinterpretation of Japanese conceptual artist Uematsu Keiji's 1973 work Vertical Position, where the human body functions as units of measurement to create an architectural column. The artist is in a handstand on one side, standing straight up on the other. Installations at Chicago Artists Coalition & Carrie Secrist Gallery in Chicago and Gallery Kouei in Obihiro, Japan double-sided inkjet accordion book, length determined by height of installation space 2017 - present