In Les Fleurs du Mâle, I pay homage to Jean Genet's singular film Un Chant d'Amour (well worth watching: 25 minutes, and not safe for work). Foucault's take on the surveillance state inspired me to construct a prison that housed 42 men for the hour-long single channel video, Oubliette. Large-scale sepia-toned black and white photographs create elegies to the brutality and boredom of life in prison.
DINOSAUR is also printing a beautiful limited-edition catalog for the show, with a new essay written by the amazingly talented Davida Ingram. If you're interested in the $20 catalog, email me about purchasing one after the opening and we will make it happen.