Germs, Plagues, Viruses: Installation

The Germs Plagues and Viruses series explores fears of  security, attack and germ warfare. First inspired by electron micrograph images of anthrax post 9-11  This series was developed between 2002-7 First exhibited at GAS New York and Don Soker Gallery, San Francisco,the exhibition at Northern Arizona University Museum, (a major laboratory for germ warfare tests in the USA) featured anthrax images lining the walls of the installation, school desks with drawn and written lists of germs used by the USA, fans and a hospital bed.

Materials: Desks, Fans, bed, cloth, steel, notebooks, towel, drawings on paper of anthrax, plague, ebola, yellow fever and smallpox

2007  The Quality of Insecurity Northern Arizona University Museum, AZ (catalog) 2002 Elements of Expression, Turlock City Arts Commission, CA
2002 Human Nature: Memory/Cycles/Science, Olive Hyde Art Gallery, Freemont, CA (artists catalog)- two person exhibition
2004  Giganticism, GAS, New York, NY (catalog)
2002 Summer Exhibitions, Don Soker Gallery, SF, CA -three person exhibition

“Viewpoint” Artweek, October 2003
“Germs, Plagues and Viruses” Turlock Journal, July 11th 2002
“Human Nature: Memory/Cycles/ Science” Artweek, July 2002

The Quality of Insecurity Northern Arizona University Museum commissioned catalog 2007
Germs, Plagues and Viruses, artist’s catalog, 2002

Funded & Supported by
Northern Arizona University Museum
GAS New York

See also Germs drawing