Today was yesterday's tomorrow
No Labor No Pain is an exploration of the relationship between the artist's studio and the gallery. In documenting the site of production as well as the process of generating work, both the material and immaterial labor of my practice are represented as an anachronistic collection of events.
The series consists of 17 inkjet prints, all 16" high, framed. Each image is titled from individual lines in an anonymous poem posted on reddit titled "Today Is Yesterday's Tomorrow."