America's Least Livable City
Installation created for Pittsburgh Center for the Arts’ "2014 Artist of the Year" exhibition.
Video installation at the Mattress Factory for 2012's "Sites of Passage" show.
Can You See Us Now?
subRosa's contribution to "The Interventionists" exhibition at MASS MoCA, 2004.
subRosa's installation for "The Way That We Rhyme" at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts,
Propositions and Undoings
subRosa's contribution to the 2011 Pittsburgh Biennial
subRosa performance and installation at Ljubljana's City of Women festival.
Rhythmic Smelling Machines
MFA thesis project, 1999.
A collaboration with Jen Morris exploring the intersections of patient/traveler processing at airports and hospitals.
Design for the Healthy Artists Movie Poster Exhibition. Inspired by Andy Warhol's "Vanitas" painting, popular Día de Muertos colors, and Lance Wyman's visual program for the Mexico City '68 Olympics.
Where have all the — And what will she do with?
Installation: Lyrics from "All Tomorrow's Parties" are written on paper tongues. Lyrics to "Where Have All the Flowers Gone" are painted on broken ROTC practice rifles, 2014.
Acrylic on birch with [supplied] horseshoe and miniature figures: a wry reference to the Tilted Arc at Javits Plaza. Created for a themed silent auction to benefit the Mattress Factory, 2014.
Exquisite Corpse drawing by Ryan Griffis, Hyla Willis, and Christiane Leach for the "Surrealism and War" exhibition at the National Veterans Art Museum, 2014.
Installation: wood, nails, paint, 2014. After the village is razed, the succulent hedge is steadfast.