Handmade camouflage jacket: cloth, fur, snakeskin, on archival digital print wallpaper on Phototex, dimensions variable, 2020

Dancers periodically entered the gallery, donned camo-based costumes hung on the wall, and initiated a non-verbal dialogue with museum visitors, segueing into a fully choreographed dance performance (cancelled due to the coronavirus).

The camo-themed wallpaper references the origins of camouflage strategies in the animal world and suggests that our current fetish with camouflage is symptomatic of our political moment, which employs tactics of the purposeful misdirection of truth, dazzlement, countershading, and the sowing of active confusion.