Screen: Kevin

A newspaper that documents the magazine spreads of Kevin. It’s also a story of looking for, finding, and then loosing him — told through halftone dots that change from big to small to big again. The publisher of the original magazine, American Bear was the person who notified Clary that Kevin was dead.


Self-published; offset printing, black, salmon paper, 20 pages, tabloid, 289 x 380 mm; edition of 300

International Center of Photography, New York

Archive as Artificial Scenery in Photobooks, abC, Beijing


Thankful to be an Eyebeam fellow, NEW INC member, awarded by the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, commissioned by Rhizome, funded by Meta Open Arts, exhibited at Les Rencontres d’Arles, sold at Art Book in China, collected by MoMA, reviewed in Art in America, and bested by Hyperallergic.