Unsecured Nuclear

2007, wall drawing of ash, rope and graphite with spool and printed bookmark broadsides, 12’ x 25’ x 3’, Faculty Exhibition, George Mason Fine Arts Gallery, Fairfax, VA

Unsecured Nuclear is a 12’ x 25’ wall drawing including smoked flax papers, sculptural attachments and loose graphite that refers to the doomsday clock pronounced by Stephen Hawkins. Viewers are invited to take a bookmark illustrating atomic energy and a text that announces on one side “unsecured nuclear” and on the verso: “who has a date is on your calendar?”