Be Careful What You Know: an installation

The more you know, the more you owe. This installation consisted of a series of photographs depicting everyday practices which we in America have come dangerously accustomed to: immediate reward, “reality” television, capitalism and a “serial number” approach to personal identity.

Created for the Veuxdo Child project and displayed at The Hellas Gallery, Be Careful What You Know was nestled among aerosol pieces, sculpture installation, photography, and paintings as a part of San Francisco’s underground art scene.