Obscene Interiors 2004

The Obscene Interiors series is a collection of online, male personal-ad photos, with the figures obscured in shades of gray.

In the early 2000's a confluence of new technologies (the internet, cheap digital cameras, and dating websites) allowed (or exposed) the raw state of contemporary home decor on a scale never before possible. The spaces men chose to feature themselves in, in ads usually seeking sex, (consciously or not) reveal interesting and often humorous attempts to resolve conflicting notions of masculinity and decoration.

A related book, Obscene Interiors: Hardcore Amateur Decor, was published in 2004 by Baby Tattoo Press, with a foreword by Todd Oldham.

"Four Beds with Small Art" 2004 digital archival print on polypropylene film 33 x 25.25 inches sight size 44 x 36.75 inches frame size
"Purple Wall" 2004 digital archival print on polypropylene film 17 x 17.5 inches sight size 28 x 28.75 inches frame size
"Three Plaid Couches" 2004 digital archival print on polypropylene film 35 x 9.75 inches sight size 45 x 27.75 inches frame size
"Four Couches" 2004 digital archival print on polypropylene film 28 x 19.75 inches sight size 39 x 31.75 inches frame size
"Eight Spaces" 2004 digital archival print on polypropylene film 55 x 11.25 inches sight size 70 x 42.25 inches frame size
"Four Beds" 2004 digital archival print on polypropylene film 33 x 25.25 inches sight size 44 x 36.75 inches frame size
"Two Bedrooms" 2004 digital archival print on polypropylene film 31 x 12.25 inches sight size 42 x 24 inches frame size
"Wall with Taxidermy and Flag" 2004 digital archival print on polypropylene film 19 x 14.75 inches sight size 30 x 26.25 inches frame size
"Paneling with Yellow Art" 2004 digital archival print on polypropylene film 17 x 13.25 inches sight size 28 x 24.75 inches frame size
"Paneling with Pink Curtains" 2004 digital archival print on polypropylene film 21 x 17 inches sight size 32 x 28.25 inches frame size