“the unutterable hideousness that can dwell in absolute silence and barren immensity” (part one)
“the unutterable hideousness that can dwell in absolute silence and barren immensity” (part one)

My parent’s old moving blankets folded on top of a cabinet resting on subfloor, rigid foam insulation, floor joists, and table legs with dissembled past artworks and studio fixtures leaning against the back, 6x3x2 feet, 2017. 

“the unutterable hideousness that can dwell in absolute silence and barren immensity” (part two)
“the unutterable hideousness that can dwell in absolute silence and barren immensity” (part two)

Foam core, cardboard, and pine ship model left on fake marble countertop and drawer unit supported by cinderblocks and 2x4 stud cart packaged together with ratchet straps and cellophane, 36x12x36 inches, 2017.

“the unutterable hideousness that can dwell in absolute silence and barren immensity” (part three)
“the unutterable hideousness that can dwell in absolute silence and barren immensity” (part three)

Abandoned cardboard whale skull model sitting on stacked dissembled past artworks and studio fixtures and rolling cabinet chest, 60x24x18 inches, 2017.

“the unutterable hideousness that can dwell in absolute silence and barren immensity” (part four)
“the unutterable hideousness that can dwell in absolute silence and barren immensity” (part four)

Beached whale model made from cardboard, resin, and fiberglass, fused to upholstery foam stretched over the pallet my couch was delivered on, 60x24x16 inches, 2017.

“the unutterable hideousness that can dwell in absolute silence and barren immensity” (part four)
“the unutterable hideousness that can dwell in absolute silence and barren immensity” (part four)

Beached whale model made from cardboard, resin, and fiberglass, fused to upholstery foam stretched over the pallet my couch was delivered on, 60x24x16 inches, 2017.

“the unutterable hideousness that can dwell in absolute silence and barren immensity” (part five)
“the unutterable hideousness that can dwell in absolute silence and barren immensity” (part five)

Kraken tooth model made from cardboard, hot glue, house paint, surveyors spray paint, and gold foil, 18x12x12 inches, 2017.

“the unutterable hideousness that can dwell in absolute silence and barren immensity” (part six)
“the unutterable hideousness that can dwell in absolute silence and barren immensity” (part six)

Painted white bookshelf made from cardboard, expanding foam, rigid insulation and foam core housing cardboard whale skull, plastic shovel that looks like a whale bone I found washed up on the beach, National Geographic magazines, paint can with waves doodled on the side, and plaster cast styrofoam packaging all sitting below cut out wave photos taped to the wall, 50x36x12 inches, 2017.

“the unutterable hideousness that can dwell in absolute silence and barren immensity” (part one)
“the unutterable hideousness that can dwell in absolute silence and barren immensity” (part two)
“the unutterable hideousness that can dwell in absolute silence and barren immensity” (part three)
“the unutterable hideousness that can dwell in absolute silence and barren immensity” (part four)
“the unutterable hideousness that can dwell in absolute silence and barren immensity” (part four)
“the unutterable hideousness that can dwell in absolute silence and barren immensity” (part five)
“the unutterable hideousness that can dwell in absolute silence and barren immensity” (part six)
“the unutterable hideousness that can dwell in absolute silence and barren immensity” (part one)

My parent’s old moving blankets folded on top of a cabinet resting on subfloor, rigid foam insulation, floor joists, and table legs with dissembled past artworks and studio fixtures leaning against the back, 6x3x2 feet, 2017. 

“the unutterable hideousness that can dwell in absolute silence and barren immensity” (part two)

Foam core, cardboard, and pine ship model left on fake marble countertop and drawer unit supported by cinderblocks and 2x4 stud cart packaged together with ratchet straps and cellophane, 36x12x36 inches, 2017.

“the unutterable hideousness that can dwell in absolute silence and barren immensity” (part three)

Abandoned cardboard whale skull model sitting on stacked dissembled past artworks and studio fixtures and rolling cabinet chest, 60x24x18 inches, 2017.

“the unutterable hideousness that can dwell in absolute silence and barren immensity” (part four)

Beached whale model made from cardboard, resin, and fiberglass, fused to upholstery foam stretched over the pallet my couch was delivered on, 60x24x16 inches, 2017.

“the unutterable hideousness that can dwell in absolute silence and barren immensity” (part four)

Beached whale model made from cardboard, resin, and fiberglass, fused to upholstery foam stretched over the pallet my couch was delivered on, 60x24x16 inches, 2017.

“the unutterable hideousness that can dwell in absolute silence and barren immensity” (part five)

Kraken tooth model made from cardboard, hot glue, house paint, surveyors spray paint, and gold foil, 18x12x12 inches, 2017.

“the unutterable hideousness that can dwell in absolute silence and barren immensity” (part six)

Painted white bookshelf made from cardboard, expanding foam, rigid insulation and foam core housing cardboard whale skull, plastic shovel that looks like a whale bone I found washed up on the beach, National Geographic magazines, paint can with waves doodled on the side, and plaster cast styrofoam packaging all sitting below cut out wave photos taped to the wall, 50x36x12 inches, 2017.

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