“Box Works” are a series of impressionistic color-reduction silkscreen prints. The “auto-biographic brand names” retain their basic message even in this illegible state. These works take the the language of high-production printing, packaging, advertisement, and production and frame it as a feat within itself, defining a memory and/or holding a moment in time. As the life span of a pop culture reference fades, do these fleeting gestures of “pop-art portraiture” receive a second life in the new world context?
Five works in all, life-size, mounted to mat board and floated without frames.