License Plate Shed, 2010
Yearlong sojourn in southwestern Colorado, 365d 0h
Part endurance art, part polemic, part experiment, 'License Plate Shed' is a yearlong sojourn in a remote mountain town, during which the artist, Hirsch E.P. Rothko, an anagram of Christopher K. Ho, disengaged from critical discourse, and lived and worked in a 700-square foot shed covered in license plates. The piece is one of three components of the 2010 solo exhibition 'Regional Painting' at Winkleman Gallery. The other two are a set of paintings made during the year and a ghostwritten account of the experience.