"Watering a Flower"
installation view
2017



Alix Jean Vollum
"To think a major metropolitan area casts its districts in amber"
10 x 13 in.
Colored pencil and ink on paper
2017





Alix Jean Vollum
"Systems analyst"
10 x 13 in.
Colored pencil and ink on paper
2017





Dayton Castleman
"Quiet Weapons for Silent Wars, III: Self-Portrait"
8½ x 11 in.
Colored pencil and ink on paper
2017

























Alix Jean Vollum + Dayton Castleman
"The real issues are too surreal"
Dimensions variable
Found objects
2017



Dayton Castleman
"Quiet Weapons for Silent Wars, I: Snapchat's IPO opened trading at $24 a share, making the company worth $33 billion - for now"
8½ x 11 in.
Colored pencil and ink on paper
2017



Dayton Castleman
"Quiet Weapons for Silent Wars, II: Choi Soon-sil, center wearing a hat, a cult leader's daughter with a decades-long connection to President Park Geun-hye, is questioned by media upon her arrival at the Seoul Central District Prosecutors' Office in Seoul, South Korea, Monday, Oct. 31, 2016. Telling reporters Monday that she "deserves death," the woman at the center of a scandal roiling South Korea met prosecutors pexamining whether she used her close ties to Park to pull government strings from the shadows and amass an illicit fortune."
8½ x 11 in.
Colored pencil and ink on paper
2017