I would be thrilled to curate based on psychologically-challenging themes, which is at the core of my artwork.
Jesse's Digital Cage, from the series, Digital Cage, where I combine hand-sculpted and computer-generated elements to map biometric points on the subject’s face, mimicking facial recognition software, each portrait re-presents an individual's techno-personality, and reveals their susceptibility to and culpability in our own surveillance. MORE IMAGES HERE
outtake from Strange Fruit, where I handmade a miniature scene visualizing the haunting poem written by Abel Meeropol (later performed by Billie Holiday), with particular emphasis on the least regarded lynched population, the black woman. The scene is lined with the names of lynched black women found in obscure southern state's records. MORE IMAGES HERE
Materials: Felt, paper, glue, wood, cloth, cardboard, metal wire