Looking, Looking


Looking, always looking… Tubbs reaches for the self


Continuing to push the transitional state between memory, media, landscape and identity–a weird wasteland that’s simultaneously sparse and conflated. Dense and hypnotic.
I’ve been sampling Miami Vice lately, also filmed in LA County (most of it, anyway), and finding a melancholy relevance that’s ringing pretty true to my individual standing and the growing highways of The Cascade. With a certain droning, consistent sense of loss and distance, the characters are always gaining, never retaining. Losing ground, moving sideways. Wistfully linked to a weird TV blue environment. Hunting, searching, donning costumes and falsehoods.
I’ll share more of these soon. They’re going in odd directions, with some becoming animated as GIFs.




Current Exhibitions:

“Automic”, an exhibition curated by The Hand Magazine co-editors, Adam Finkelston and James Meara, will be at The Small Engine Gallery in Albuquerque, New Mexico, from Feb. 2nd through Feb.25th.

The Small Engine Gallery
1413 4th St SW
Albuquerque, NM

Exhibition runs Feb. 2nd through Feb.25th, 2016.
Artist / opening reception: Friday, Feb. 12, 6-8 pm. More details in January.


That’s one of my pieces on the right, arrow pointing to it – Mojave (always), 2015


My piece, framed by dudes

Publication News:
The Hand Magazine – Issue #11
Featured Mojave (always) from my Desert (Loss) series.
Poetry & Art
“Non-Image” appears in the January, 2016 issue of e-ratio 
“This Uneven Tread” (art and poetry) appears in First Class Lit
Winter, 2015 Issue of BROAD! 
Features “Time Slowing Down” and “Suspension”
Download the issue – http://broadzine.com/about/issues/
Upcoming publications: 
The Bombay Gin (art) (2016)

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