MORE HUMAN THAN I AM ALONE

The title "More Human than I Am Alone" is taken from an exchange that occurs at the end of David Cronenberg's The Fly, where the main character attempts to offset his transformation into a human-fly hybrid by fusing himself with another human--his pregnant girlfriend, Veronica.  "We'll be the ultimate family.  A family of three, joined together in one body. More human than I am alone."

Whatisaspiralbutaremind
Whatisaspiralbutaremind

erthatwecanne verbesocompact //Gouache, oil, linen, resin, acrylic, compressed wood //20" x 20" //2015

Thelanguagecapa
Thelanguagecapa

cityofthewallsandthelumpony ourback //Gouache, oil, linen, resin, acrylic, compressed wood //20" x 20" //2015

Getoutofyourbo
Getoutofyourbo

diestomakes paceforot hers //Gouache, oil, linen, resin, acrylic, compressed wood //20" x 20" //2015

Thepartsfallof
Thepartsfallof

forareabsor bedtobecollected later //Gouache, oil, linen, resin, acrylic, compressed wood //20" x 20" //2015

Seeyoucanbein
Seeyoucanbein

finite //Gouache, oil, linen, resin, acrylic, compressed wood //20" x 20" //2015

Fleshisad
Fleshisad

isguiseat raptoh oldyou //Gouache, oil, linen, resin, acrylic, compressed wood //20" x 20" //2015

More human
More human

//oil on canvas //44" x 44" //2015

How to make a pet
How to make a pet

//Oil on canvas //48" x 72" //2015