Basic Information
Plywood, white paint
1.5" x 4' x 8'

Created during the rise of the internet, this piece investigates the ways in which we can boil down the self to the information that indicates our presence in society, and the increased ease of access there is to this private information—particularly with the increased risk of identity theft. Presented in the gallery as white text on a white wall, it calls attention to the fact that this is only barely veiled and is completely available to anyone looking for it. In the computer age, this basic data is just as telling as—if not more than—a self-portrait.