Of course, this simply doesn’t replace the experience of being there. If you’re in the gallery, you’ve signed your life away to the artist, eaten a questionable cookie, you’re being monitored by security cams, security guards, and a person in some creepy command center who keeps blurting out their interpretation of your facial expression. In the end, everyone agreed that it was a fun and secure experience, except those who were made physically ill when they realized how reckless they’ve been with their information. Enjoy!
Show is done. Press is out. Click here for the Eutopia article. Click here for the Texas Arts and Culture article. Documentation done. Now is the time that my body should be shutting down and coming down with the consumption. If you didn’t catch the show, you can watch the video I made about it. Click here to go to the Privacy World Mini Documentary. I’m also anticipating that some amazing forward thinking individual (hint hint – that means you) will insist that my show travel to your space for an encore showing. I prefer European galleries, but I’ll settle for New York. So much depends On your right to privacy Test your knowledge
…I’m just too lazy to try to sort everything out by date after pulling it off of my old website. Gonna post it by category. * revision as of september 2014: Sue Anne’s lovely husband, Ryder, has hacked this site and finally posted Sue Anne’s images for her. By just to be ornery I didn’t do it by category. *re-hacked by Ryder: why do you hate me and logic? The start of my first big creative spurt when I moved back to Lubbock was when I was invited by this adorable man to put a piece in the Day of the Dead show at the Art Depot. I was teaching drawing and art appreciation at Texas Tech at the time, and I decided to do something I preach in all of my classes: combine your loves for major super awesome effects. I love art. I love fortune cookie fortunes. Voila. Fortune cookie fortunes inspired my work for many years to come. This skull piece was was born in 2005. OH YEAH! It was called Lucky Stiff!!! How could I forget that? That adorable guy? I jedi mind tricked him into marrying me, and we lived happily ever after. Less talking more images…