My Art is About

My art is about homo economicus

My art is about the Grumpy Cat Funko Pop!® I saw in Hot Topic®

My art is about the gen z interns running corporate Twitter® accounts

My art is about not knowing whether establishing an art style is a sign of artistic development or an act of personal branding

My art is about corporate personhood

My art is about Club Penguin® teaching me about conspicuous consumption 

My art is about Ina Garten’s Spotify® playlists

My art is about always hanging out at the mall growing up

My art is about commodity fetishism

My art is about feeling pressured to exploit my queer trauma in my art

My art is about the “Which Fast Food Chain Are You?” Buzzfeed® quiz

My art is about wanting to take that Buzzfeed® quiz

My art is about the Basquiat-inspired backpack my peer bought at the Guggenheim gift shop

My art is about capitalist realism

My art is about a 16 year old that had a viral TikTok® of his mom farting and made merch

My art is about the board game Mall Madness

My art is about when there when everyone claimed to be a Samantha when really they were a Charlotte  

My art is about the two-dimensionalizing of experience

My art is about the $50 picture you can buy of yourself screaming on a roller coaster

My art is about the slow and painful atrophy of the NEA

My art is about the Supreme® clothing brand

My art is about social capital 

My art is about the drag industry

My art is about a rainbow cop car that read “policing with pride” on its hood

My art is about the tax deduction companies receive when they put their logo on something 

My art is about Lil Tay

My art is about The Coldest Water®’s brand strategy

My art is about my coworker who works 65 hours/weeks and then rewards herself by buying a pair of patent leather booties from Amazon®

My art is about my childhood dream of working in a mall

My art is about how the The Wealth of Nations was the birth of economics as an academic discipline

My art is about Jeff Koons donating the idea of Bouquet of Tulips to the city of Paris and not the sculpture itself

My art is about how I can’t help but consider a conversations an exchange and not a shared moment

My art is about LuLaRoe® being the liberator of all women everywhere and not a pyramid scheme 

My art is about the reduction of people to their productive and consumptive capacities 

My art is about going to the mall to see and be seen

My art is about the existence of a marketing career

My art is about reality TV shows’ association with reality 

My art is about that ugly corporate art style

My art is about Jackson Pollock’s Life Magazine spread in 1949 

My art is about my art being interchangeable with my brand