Solo Exhibit

Science Museum of Virginia, Richmond, VA, "Chris Jordan: Running the Numbers" (May 12 - October 14, 2012) (traveling exhibition)
University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH, "Chris Jordan: Running the Numbers" (January 27 - April 6, 2012) (traveling exhibition)
Carleton College Art Gallery, Northfield, MN, "Running the Numbers: Portraits of Mass Consumption" (January 6 - March 9, 2012) (traveling exhibition)
Sordoni Art Gallery, Wilkes University, Wilkes-Barre, PA "Running the Numbers: Portraits of Mass Consumption" (August 29 - December 11, 2011) (traveling exhibition)
International Museum of Art and Science, McAllen, TX "Chris Jordan: Running the Numbers" (September 1, 2011 - January 1, 2012) (traveling exhibition)

Currently Showing:
Southern Methodist University, Hunt Institute for Engineering and Humanity, Dallas, TX "Running the Numbers: Portraits of Mass Consumption" (May 19 - August 13, 2011) (traveling exhibition)
Nevada Museum of Art, Reno, NV "Chris Jordan: Running the Numbers" (April 23 - July 17, 2011) (traveling exhibition)

Other Gallery, Beijing, China "E. Pluribus Unum" (April 16 - May 7, 2011)
University of Colorado Museum of Natural History, Boulder, CO "Running the Numbers: Portraits of Mass Consumption" (January 10 - April 30, 2011) (traveling exhibition)
Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, University of Oregon, Eugene "Chris Jordan: Running the Numbers" (January 15 - April 10) (traveling exhibition)
David Brower Center, Berkeley, CA "Chris Jordan: Running the Numbers" (September 13 - January 7, 2011)
Simon Fraser University Gallery, Burnaby, BC, Canada "Running the Numbers" (November 6 - December 17)
Halsey Institute, College of Charleston, Charleston, SC "Chris Jordan: Running the Numbers" (October 22 - December 10) (traveling exhibition)
Seymour Marine Discovery Center, UC Santa Cruz, CA "Running the Numbers: Portraits of Mass Consumption" (June 8 - December 12) (traveling exhibition)
Austin Museum of Art, Austin TX "Chris Jordan: Running the Numbers" (May 22 - August 15) (traveling exhibition)
Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery, Haverford College, Haverford, PA "Chris Jordan: Running the Numbers" (January 22 - March 5) (traveling exhibition)
Museum of Science, Boston, MA "Running the Numbers: Portraits of Mass Consumption" (November 12 - May 9, 2010) (traveling exhibition)
Pacific Science Center, Seattle, WA "Chris Jordan: Running the Numbers" (October 3 - January 3, 2010) (traveling exhibition)
Kopeikin Gallery, Los Angeles, "Running the Numbers II" (September 12 - October 17)
Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History, Santa Barbara, CA "Chris Jordan: Running the Numbers" (May 15 - September 11) (traveling exhibition)
Winsor Gallery, Vancouver, BC, Canada (May 7 - May 31)
Alcatel Lucent Headquarters, Paris, France (April - July)
APEX: Chris Jordan, Portland Art Museum (March 7 - July 12)
Washington State University Art Museum, Pullman, WA, "Chris Jordan: Running the Numbers" curated by Chris Bruce (traveling exhibition)
San Antonio Public Library and Southwest School of Art and Craft, San Antonio, TX (August - September)
Allen Memorial Art Museum, Oberlin College, Oberlin, OH (March 11 - June 8)
Handwerker Gallery, Ithaca College, Ithaca, NY (February 28 - April 6)
Winsor Gallery, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, (February 6 - March 2)
Union Art Gallery, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (November 15 - December 14)
Paul Kopeikin Gallery, Los Angeles, "Running the Numbers" (September 8 - October 20)
Von Lintel Gallery, New York
Armory Center for the Arts, Pasadena, CA
New Orleans Museum of Art, “Katrina Exposed” , New Orleans, LA (May 20 – June 30)
Port Angeles Fine Arts Center, “Disaster!” Port Angeles, WA (June-July)
Houston Center for Photography, Houston, TX (September-October)
Museum of Cultural Arts, Houston, TX (September- October)
“Art Not Oil”, London, traveling exhibition
Artists Responding to Violence Against the Earth, Museum of Cultural Arts Houston, Houston, TX
Paul Kopeikin Gallery, Los Angeles (September)
Photo Espana Festival, Madrid, Spain (June-July)
Yossi Milo Gallery, New York
Foto&Photo Festival, Cesano Maderno, Italy
Paul Kopeikin Gallery, Los Angeles
Photographic Center Northwest, Seattle WA
2003 Clotworthy Arts Centre, Antrim, Ireland
1998 Benham Gallery, Seattle WA
1996 Benham Gallery, Seattle WA

Selected Group Exhibits

Currently Showing:

Museum of Monterey, "Flows to Bay: Consumerism, Plastic & the Ocean" (June 4 - September 6, 2011)

Electric Works, San Francisco "In the Eye of the Whale" Bryant Austin (April 1 - 28, 2011)
Passage de Retz, Paris, France, Prix Pictet 2010 Shortlist Exhibition (March 18 - April 16)
Washington State Convention Center, Seattle, WA "Forecast: Communicating Weather and Climate" (January 24 - April 9)
Boise Art Museum, Idaho "Critical Messages: Contemporary Northwest Artists on the Environment" (December 18 - April 11, 2011)
San Jose Museum of Art, "Degrees of Separation: Contemporary Photography from the Permanent Collection" (July 22 - March 13, 2011)
Cancun Messe Complex, Cancun, Mexico, "What Will Be", Safe Planet Campaign at the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change COP16 (Dec. 2 - 10)
Galerie Filles du Calvaire, Paris, France, Prix Pictet 2010 Shortlist Preview Exhibition (November 12 - 27)
BREDAPHOTO, International Photo Festival, Netherlands (September 16 - October 24)
Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts, Grand Rapids, MI, ArtPrize Event (September - November)
Hallie Ford Museum of Art, Willamette University, "Critical Messages: Contemporary Northwest Artists on the Environment" (August 28 - November 7)
ARS Electronica Center, Linz, Austria, "Raise Your Voice" (July 30 - September 26)
Exit Art, New York, "ECOAESTHETIC: The Tragedy of Beauty" (June 18 - August 28)
PRAE, Valladolid, Spain, "Rummaging in the Rubbish: Waste and Recycling in Contemporary Art," curated by Seve Penelas (May 14 - August 15)
Bohemian National Hall, New York, "Substantialis Corporis Mixti: The Synergies Exhibition of the Basel, Rotterdam and Stockholm Conventions" (May 7 - 14)
Western Gallery, Western Washington University, "Critical Messages: Contemporary Northwest Artists on the Environmental" (April 12 - May 29)
CDAN (Center of Art and Nature), Huesca, "Rummaging in the Rubbish: Waste and Recycling in Contemporary Art," curated by Seve Penelas (February 5 - May 9)
California State University Fullerton Main Art Gallery, "What's the Rush? Topics on Convenience" (November 7 - December 11)
Koldo Mitxelena Cultural Centre, San Sebastian, "Rummaging in the Rubbish: Waste and Recycling in Contemporary Art," curated by Seve Penelas (October 29 - January 23, 2010)
Brussels, "It is Our Earth" (October - May, 2010)
The Mariners Museum, Newport News, VA, "Message in a Bottle" (May 30 - December 30)
Gualala Arts Center, Gualala, CA, "Paper nOr Plastic" (May 9 - July 5)
Prix Pictet 2008, Shortlisted Artists Exhibition, Thessaloniki Museum of Photograph, Thessaloniki (December 11 - March 30, 2009)
Prix Pictet 2008, Shortlisted Artists Exhibition - Selection, DIFC, Dubai (November 9 - 27)
Prix Pictet 2008, Shortlisted Artists Exhibition, Palais de Tokyo, Paris (October 30 - November 7)
Austin Museum of Art, Austin TX; "Modern Art. Modern Lives. Then + Now," curated by Dana Friis-Hansen (September 5 opening)
Price Tower Arts Center, Bartlesville, OK, "3-logy Triennial 2008: Imaginative Qualities of Actual Things" (August 22 - January 6, 2009)
Affirmation Arts, New York, NY, "Garbage Picker" (July 18 - August 29)
Mesa Arts Center, Mesa, AZ, "Mass Consumption" (June 13 - August 10)
Mountainfilm, Telluride, CO, (May 23-26)
Deutsche Bank Gallery, New York, NY, "Feeling the Heat: Art, Science and Climate Change" (May 20 - October 24)
Field Museum, Chicago, "Melting Ice/A Hot Topic," curator Randy Rosenberg (April - July)
FotoGraphia Festival Internazionale di Roma, Rome, Italy (April 4 - 25)
Sharon Arts Center, Peterborough, NH "WASTE: Artists Speak Out on our Disposable Culture" (March 7 - April 26)
Ministry of Culture, Monaco, "Melting Ice/A Hot Topic," curator Randy Rosenberg (February - March)
Montpelier Arts Center, Laurel, MD "Digital Sequences" (January 11 - February 29)
Montserrat College of Art, Beverly, MA "Cornucopia: Documenting the Land of Plenty" (November 8 - February 2, 2008)
BOZAR Centre for Fine Arts, Brussels, Belgium, "Melting Ice/A Hot Topic," curator Randy Rosenberg (September - December)
Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, Colorado, "Weather Report," curator Lucy Lippard, (September - December)
Helen Day Art Center, Stowe, VT "Nature Remains: The Artist as Environmentalist" (September 14 - November 17)
Bates College Museum of Art, "Green Horizons" (June - December)
Nobel Peace Center, Oslo, Norway. "Envisioning Change," curator Randy Rosenberg (June - August)
Natural World Museum, San Francisco, "Environmental Renaissance," curator Randy Rosenberg (April - June)
North Carolina Museum of Art, "The Big Picture," curator Linda Dougherty (March - September)
Tufts University Art Gallery, Massachusets, "Altered States, Views of Transition in Recent Photography," curator Alicia Cornwell
Texas State University Art Gallery, "Loyal Opposition" curated by Mary Mikel Stump (February - March)
TED Conference, Monterey, CA
2006 Port Angeles Fine Arts Center, Port Angeles, WA (June-July)
2006 Artists Responding to Violence Against the Earth, Museum of Cultural Arts Houston, Houston TX, Best of Show award
2005 College of Santa Fe Art Gallery, Santa Fe MN, curated by Joslin Van Arsdale
2005 4th Annual Recycled Art Show, Seattle WA
2005 Urban Jungle Environmental Expo, U.N. International Environment Day, San Francisco CA
2004 Allegany Arts Council Wills Creek Survey, juried by Elizabeth Thomas, Carnegie Museum of Art
2004 Agora Gallery SoHo/Chelsea International Fine Art Competition, juried by Susan Cross, Guggenheim Museum, New York 2004
2004 International Fine Art Photography Exhibition, Center for Fine Art Photography, Ft Collins CO, 2004
2004 Photo Espana Descubrimientos 04, Madrid, Spain
2004 Artivist Film Festival, Los Angeles CA
2000 "Intimate Landscapes," Tacoma Art Museum, Tacoma WA
1999 Photographic Image Gallery, Portland OR
1999 Earth Day, Eastshore Gallery, Bellevue WA
1999 The Third Annual Earth Day Invitational Exhibit, Seattle WA
1998 The Second Annual Earth Day Invitational Exhibit, Seattle WA
1997 The First Annual Earth Day Invitational Exhibit, Seattle WA
1997 “Visions of Grace” juried by Jock Sturges, Seattle WA
1996 Northwest Annual, Bellevue Art Museum, Bellevue WA, 1996
1996 “The Search for Transcendence” juried by Joyce Tenneson, Seattle WA
1995 “Worth A Thousand Words” juried by Duane Michals, Seattle WA

Selected Press

Sierra Magazine, January/February Issue
Financial Times Weekend Magazine, November 13/14
Image Magazine, Finland, November
Sea Voices, by Duffy and Elizabeth Laul Healey
Denison Magazine, Granville, Ohio, Winter Issue
The Photo Review, Langhorne, PA, Volume 29, Number 1
Focus Magazine, Poland, October
Solar Today, Canada, September/October
Le Monde Magazine, France, September 18
Ms.Use Magazine, Tel Aviv, August
Discover Magazine, NY, July/August
Telerama, France, July 23
Yes! Magazine, "Bearing Witness: Chris Jordan on Art, Grief, and Transformation," April 14
Colors Magazine, Italy, Spring issue
Foam Magazine, Spring issue
The Chronicle Review, March 26
Focus, Poland, February issue
Mother Jones, January/February issue
Photolife, "Chris Jordan: A Soul Searching Photographer," January, Volume 35, Number 1
Omega Lifetime, "What a Waste" January, Issue 5
Courrier, Japan, January
Adformatie, Netherlands, January 7
Yuno Magazine, Germany, January
Alternatives, Canada, Volume 36, Number 1
Ecotone, UNCW, "ReImagining Place"
Picnic Magazine, Mexico, Number 29
The Colourist, United Kingdom, Issue 4
Photo District News, Photo of the Day, December 21
Esquire, Russia, December issue
NRC Weekblad, Netherlands, November/December issue
The New York Review of Books, November 19
Stern Magazine, Germany, November 12
PLANET Magazine, Nov. 5 International,Nov. 4
The Huffington Post, Nov. 2
VSD, France, November
kosmos journal, Fall/Winter issue
Planet Green, October 19
artdish, Review of Pacific Science Center Exhibit, October 16
The Seattle Times, Review of Pacific Science Center Exhibit, October 9
The PhotoBook, October 4
The PhotoBook, August 29
New York Times Dot Earth, August 19
Wend Magazine, July 29
Matador Change, July 15
Pitch, The Mountainfilm Magazine, July
Resurgence, UK, July/August Issue
Daily Press, press for "Message in a Bottle" exhibit, June 14
La Tribune et Moi, France, June 13
emel magazine, UK, June issue
Swerve, Calgary, June 5
Consumer Reports, May 20
Garden 91, Taiwan, May 5
EXIT Magazine Imagen & Cultura, Madrid, Spain, Issue Number 34, May/June/July
Mother Jones Magazine, May/June Issue
Innovation Magazine, Spring Issue
ArtWorks Magazine, Spring Issue
The Seattle Times, Pacific Northwest Sunday Magazine, April 19
The Stranger, April 14 "Recession Inspires Expansion" April 12
data visualization, April 6
Horses Think, "Pulse," March 10
A Sky filled with Shooting Stars, "The Pick of Pulse," March 6
NewScientist, February 3
Entertainment Weekly, Jan.30/Feb.6 Issue
Vrij Nederland, January Issue
Sun Valley Guide, Habitat
Terra Economica, December issue
Orion Magazine, Nov./Dec. Issue
Greensource Magazine, Nov./Dec. Issue
Arcade Magazine, Winter Issue
GEO magazine, Germany, October issue
Revista Criativa, Brazil, Issue 234, October
The AkzoNobel Magazine, Issue 1, October
Architecture Boston, Sept./Oct. Issue
Vogue Italy, September
San Francisco Chronicle, September 27
Le Monde 2, September 20
Popular Photography, September issue
iidea creativity design magazine, Beijing, China, August issue
Vogue Brazil, Issue 360, August
SOL Magazine, Lisbon, Portugal, Aug 27
Financial Times Weekend Magazine, Prix Pictet Shortlist, July 12/13
Art In America, June/July issue (exhibition review by Suzaan Boettger)
Le Monde 2, June issue
iidea creativity design magazine, Beijing, China, June issue
Delicious Living Magazine, Boulder, CO, June Issue
Adbusters Magazine, Vancouver, BC, May/June Issue
Harper's Magazine, USA, May issue
Sotokoto Magazine, Japan, April Issue
L'Uomo Vogue, Italy, April Issue
Cleveland Plain Dealer, Cleveland, OH, April 27
La Repubblicca, Rome, Italy, April 24
Destak Lisboa, Lisbon Portugal, p. 32, April 22
Il Manifesto, Rome, Italy, p. 14, April 22
Keng Sheng Daily News, Taipei, Taiwan, April 21
Metro Portugal, Lisbon, April 16, Edicao Especial
Mundo Universitário, Lisbon Portugal, p. 14, April 21
Sabado Magazine, Lisbon Portugal, p. 143, April 17
Yes! Magazine, April 14
Taipei Times Sunday Edition, Tapei, Taiwan, April 13
China Times Newspaper, Taipei, Taiwan, April 12
Yvi Magazine, The Netherlands, Issue #2: Consumption
Ivy Magazine, Hamburg, Germany
Rotman Magazine, Toronto, Spring Issue
Cool Magazine, New York, Spring Issue, Vol. 15
STILUS Magazin, Budapest, Hungary, March issue
Conscious Choice, Seattle, March Issue
Esquire Magazine, China edition, March Issue
Outside Magazine, USA, March issue
Conscious Choice Magazine, Seattle, March issue
Upstreet Magazine, France, March Issue
St. Louis Post-Dispatch, March 30
Globe and Mail, Winsor Gallery exhibition review, Canada, February 27
The Vancouver Sun, Winsor Gallery Exhibition Review, February 9
The Vancouver Courier, Winsor Gallery exhibition review, February 8
BMW Magazine, February issue
Men's Journal Magazine, USA, February Issue
Icon Magazine, Essex, England, Issue 56, February
Focus Junior Magazine, Hamburg, Italian edition
Digitalis Foto Magazin, Budapest, Hungary, Jan/Feb issue
Greenpeace Magazine, Germany, January/February Issue
iidea creativity design magazine, Beijing, China, January Issue
Esquire Magazine, Spain, January Issue
Inhabitat, New York, January 30
Washington Post, exhibition review, January 29
Conde Nast Portfolio, New York, January Issue
Art In Action: Nature, Creativity, and Our Collective Future, pp. 54-55, © Natural World Museum
Ukula Magazine, Toronto, Vol. 3 No. 3
Coutts Bank Journal, London, Issue 2
Superinteressante Magazine, Sao Paulo, Brazil, Edicao 247, December issue
Adbusters, Vancouver, BC, Issue 74, Nov./Dec.
Third Coast Digest, November 28
Ventiquattro Magazine, Italy, November Issue
Esquire Magazine, Russia, October Issue
LA Times, review of exhibit at Paul Kopeikin gallery, October 5
Elephant, Autumn issue, No. 21
Pulse, Hofstra University's Student Magazine, Fall, Issue 12
Denver Post, "Weather Report" critique, September 21
Art Culture, "Seeing Numbers in a Whole New Way," September 18
Current TV, San Francisco, September 13th
IEEE Spectrum Magazine, New York, September Issue
Utne Reader, USA, Sept./Oct. issue
IdN Magazine, Hong Kong, August/September Issue
Internazionale Magazine, Italy, August 23
The Toronto Star, August 5
Vision Magazine, China, August Issue
World Ark Magazine, Arkansas, July/August Issue
The Morning News, July 23
Trend Magazine, Santa Fe, Summer Issue
Frog Design Mind, San Francisco, Summer Issue
Daily Press, Newport News, Virginia, June 25, July 2, July 16
Brasil Sustentavel Magazine, Brazil, May/June Issue
Milk Magazine, Hong Kong, May 24
Masa Acher Magazine, Israel, Issue 190
Visual Communication Quarterly, Special Issue: Hurricane Katrina, Spring issue, Volume 14 Number 2
Plazm Magazine, Portland, OR, Issue #28
Vimagazino, Greece
Five Magazine, Issue 17
Trece:Veinte Magazine, Mexico
Vanity Fair, Italy
Plenty Magazine
MacDirectory Magazine
BPM Magazine
AFISHA Magazine, Russia
Oyster Magazine, Australia, Issue 72
Magazine Esta, The Netherlands
Brand Eins Wirtschaftsmagazin, Hamburg, Germany, July issue
Geo Magazine, Germany, July Issue
BH Magazino, Greece, June issue
LifeLounge Magazine, Victoria, Australia, Summer issue
Magenta Magazine, Toronto, Vol 2, issue 2 (June).
Contagious Magazine, London, June issue
Revista MTV, Brasil, June issue
BANT Magazine, Istanbul, Turkey, June issue
Lodown Magazine, Berlin, Germany, May/June issue
World Watch, Volume 20, Number 2, March/April
Orion Magazine, USA, March/April issue
Shambhala Sun, March issue
FUTU Magazine, Warsaw, Poland, spring issue
sleek mag, Magazine of Art and Fashion, Berlin, Germany, winter issue
FlashFilm Magazine, Japan
NewConsumer Magazine, Edinburgh, Scotland, Jan/Feb issue
"One Shot 2006," published by Visual Codec, USA
Callaloo Literary Journal, Texas A&M University, USA, Volume 29, Number 4
Rolling Stone Magazine, Spain, June issue
Profile Magazine, London, April issue
Grist Magazine, March issue (
Quest Magazine, Germany, March issue
Harper's Magazine, February issue
ART Magazine, Germany, February issue
"C" International Photography Magazine, London, January issue
Focus Magazine, Greece, January issue
Focus Magazine, Italy, October issue
London Daily Telegraph, "In Focus", September 4
Art In America Magazine, Chris Jordan at Paul Kopeikin, September issue
Tacoma News Tribune, In the Land of Plenty, Sunday August 21
South China Morning Post, The Ring Recycle? More Like The Hard Sell For a Load of Rubbish, August 7
New York Times, Chris Jordan's Great Big Beautiful Piles of Junk, Sunday July 24, by Philip Gefter
Smithsonian Magazine, E-Gad!, August 2005, by Elizabeth Royte; also run as a feature on CNN, August 7 2005
CNN Newsnight with Aaron Brown, artist feature, December
PhotoMedia Magazine, Beauty and the Blight, portfolio feature, Fall issue
Pacific Northwest Magazine, Shooting From the Soul, March 21
Seattle Times, Throwaway Culture In Focus, Sunday Feb 15, also in Dallas Morning News, San Antonio Express News & Tampa Tribune
2003 View Camera Magazine, Chris Jordan & the Miracle of the Mundane, July/August issue
2001 Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Night Blooming: Chris Jordan’s Camera Captures Dazzling Urban Trees, by Regina Hackett, June 16

Awards and Grants
2006 Best of Show award, "Artists Responding to Violence Against the Earth," Museum of Cultural Arts, Houston
2005 Finalist, Santa Fe Prize for Photography
2004 First Place Winner, Gary Horowitz Award, 2004 Allegany Arts Council Wills Creek Survey, juried by Elizabeth Thomas, Carnegie Museum of Art
2004 Photo Espana Descubrimientos 04, Honorable Mention runner up to festival prize, Madrid, Spain
2004 Finalist, Honickman First Book Prize in Photography, Center for Documentary Studies, juried by Maria Morris Hambourg

  • image In Katrina's Wake: Portraits of Loss from an Unnatural Disaster

    by Chris Jordan, Bill McKibben, Susan Zakin
    Publisher: Princeton Book Company Publishers, 96 pages
    (September 2006)
    Hardbound, Signed, $50

    Book Description:
    While many may argue whether the devastation of hurricane Katrina was the direct or indirect result of global warming, infrastructural neglect, inadequate preparation, or an incompetent governmental response, nobody will deny the heartbreak it wrought, the homes, businesses, and history washed away, the landscape uprooted, or the lives lost. Renowned photographer Chris Jordan went on assignment—his own—to capture the tragedy of the aftermath of this, the greatest natural disaster in the history of the United States. In Katrina's Wake, his series of 50 photographs, layer, the horror of ruin with the uncanny beauty of nature, even in its most savage incarnation. His images show how the remnants of a place—from Mardi Gras beads to church pews, from computer stations to swing sets—recall the essence of a place. Essays by Bill McKibben, Elizabeth Royte, and Susan Zakin explore the causes and effects of global warming, noting that we are all responsible for the future of our planet. A portion of the profits from the sale of this book will be donated to organizations dedicated to rebuilding New Orleans.


  • image Intolerable Beauty: Portraits of American Mass Consumption

    Exhibition catalogue.
    Photographs by Chris Jordan. Softbound $50.
    Paul Kopeikin Gallery, Los Angeles, 2005. 23 pp., 19 color illustrations, 11x9".

    The exhibtion catalogue for the March 2005 premier exhibtion of Chris Jordan’s series Intolerable Beauty. Since then the work has gone on to show at numerous museums and remains highly sought after.

    signed copies may be available


    $50.00 plus $15.00 shipping and handling within the contenetntal US only.
    The international shipping rate is $30.00.

  • image Running The Numbers: An American Self-Portrait

    Chris Jordan's latest series of photographs, 'Running The Numbers,' looks at contemporary American culture through the austere lens of statistics. Each image portrays a specific quantity of something: thirty seconds of our aluminum can consumption, eight hours of commercial jet flights, and so on. The artists considers the works in 'Running The Numbers' to be a translation from the deadening language of statistics into a more universal visual language that might allow for more feeling. The underlying aim is to question our roles and responsibilities as individuals in a society that is increasingly enormous, incomprehensible, and overwhelming.

     signed copies may be available

    $50.00 plus $15.00 shipping and handling within the contenetntal US only.
    The international shipping rate is $20.00.