(b. 1974 in Nassau, Bahamas; lives in Nassau and London. United Kingdom)
Blue Curry’s S.S.s, is an installation in three parts that creates a conversation between the locales of Nassau, Bahamas and Santa Fe, New Mexico by appropriating commonplace objects of tourism—cruise ships and beach towels— and re-contextualizing them as sculptural objects. They are enlisted in a conversation about the history of declaring and seizing territory—geographic, economic and conceptual. Over the course of the exhibition, the towels, transformed into flags, are deployed on a flagpole in front of SITE signaling the arrivals and departures of cruise ships in Nassau’s harbor, which are also projected via live-stream into SITE’s gallery.