My practice is a legible hybrid of research, activism, and alternative exhibition strategies.

Current Links:

We Are Nature conversations: The Arts and the Anthropocene
May 26, 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Register for the event here!


Fauna: an Anthropocene Penny Press – an interactive mechanical sculpture that engages the public about extinction and wildlife adaptation in the Anthropocene (it’s a penny smasher!)
Now on exhibit in Pittsburgh at the Carnegie Natural History Museum: Hall of North American Wildlife!


Virtual Tour: Fauna installation at Carnegie Museum of Natural History


Re:Generation – a nationwide participatory public art and history project facilitated by Monument Lab!
I’m working as part of a team built from the West Virginia Mine Wars Museum and the United Mine Workers of America.
We’re creating public monuments along the route that led to the 1921 Battle of Blair Mountain. Find out more here!


1,500,000 Gas Masks: Appalachia as a Resource Colony in Rod Harless & Dan Cutler’s The Hillbillys: A Book for Children
… new article in Viewpoint Magazine with accompanying archival booklet


West Virginia Mine Wars Museum: a people’s history museum in Central Appalachia
Visiting the museum? Here’s visitor info, and here’s a list of lodging and food in the area


Become a sustaining member of the West Virginia Mine Wars Museum!


16 Tons: new online exhibit of coal company scrip! Explore the entire scrip collection of the West Virginia Mine Wars Museum…


Redacted Rubbings: an ongoing project


Order the book I wrote! So Much To Be Angry About: Appalachian Movement Press from WVU Press or from Justseeds
Media Roundup: Reviews and Interviews about my book are collected here!


Prints That You Can Buy: my printed work on paper + abortion access felt pennants over at Justseeds Artists’ Cooperative


Portfolio: many other projects past and present


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