My practice combines photography, sculpture, installation, performance, and video. I explore
issues of violence, political conflicts, and human behaviors by deconstructing iconic cultural
imagery as a form of critique and analysis.
Producing work to find a connection between folklore, personal narrative and the sentiments we
lose through translations of texts and expressions, in a practice that is constantly connecting
research, travel and the literary.
Anthony Graves and Carla Herrera-Prats use performance and scenography—combining sculpture,
photography, painting, and video—to create gallery installations that describe contemporary labor,
power, and production.
Clifford’s work investigates the intersection of aesthetics and violence; he is currently at work on a
group of large-scale drawings based on early 20th-century carnival shooting galleries using ink
and inlaid paper.
I love saturated colors, influenced by the boldness of Matisse as well as contemporaries like Frank
Stella. The purpose for me currently is total immersion allowing even conflicting and contrasting