R&D III, part of the exhibit
, located in Howard University's Interdisciplinary Research Building in Washington, DC.
R&D II, from
E Pluribus Unum
at Vilnius Academy of Art in Vilnius, Lithuania.
The first iteration of R&D, as part of the exhibit
in the Katzen Art Museum in Washington, DC.
An installation based on the idea of the artist as researcher and curious investigator, created during a residency at GlogauerAIR in Berlin.