Early Work

“There is a reliance on looking beyond the surface, into the mechanics of process even in these early projects that involve drawing, painting and sculpture that form the organizing core and armature of an aesthetic of perception that would evolve, particularly in the evolution of cyborgs.”
—Civic Radar

Breathing Machine, 1967, wax, wig, glass eye, makeup, plexiglass, wood, sensors, sound, 32 x 42 x 42 cm

X-Ray Woman, 1966, pencil, acrylic, pen on canvas, 104 x 53 x 8 cm

Giggling Machine, Self Portrait as Blonde, 1968, wax, wig, makeup, feathers, plexiglass, wood, 41.9 x 41.9 x 33 cm