Back in MAINE and finally on FOUNDATION

I'm thrilled to announce my page on Foundation. It has been a long journey to find and join a platform that I could see as great fit for my upcoming works, in NFTs format.

Work available at Foundation.app

I'm also very excited to be back in Maine for a summer intensive and MECA. First show if up! Stay tuned for what's to come. 


Thrilled to collaborate with artists Hannah Bevens (@inperpetuity.hannah), Havin Al-Sindy (@havin_alsindy), and Nils Hommel (@nilshommel) on this piece, which is now on view at Target Gallery (@targetgallery). This work is part of a group show "Those Spaces Between Us" which goes from April 10 – May 23. There are incredible works in this exhibition and you should check it out if you are in Alexandria, VA.  

Show catalog can access here

Synchronism 4#
Time based media
1 Video Channel(Youtube streaming)
'9' min '38' sec


Happy to announce my official NFT Store! There you will have a chance to shop fruits, vegetables, and other goodies for your health! Enjoy it!



Synchronism Project: Meet the Artists
Join me in a Zoom conversation with Renata S.C, Havin Al-Sindy, Alexis Gomez, Hannah Bevens, Manausmacaco, Nils Hommel, Nobru CZ to discuss this collaborative project. Date: January 9, 2021 Time: 12pm EST (USA time) Register for this event on the link below:

"TRACES" Exhibition at The Kreeger Museum
Thrilled to participate in this group show at this historical institution. Here follow and little bit about the show---"The Kreeger Museum is pleased to present TRACES, an exhibition featuring regional artists Billy Friebele, Roxana Alger Geffen, Rania Hassan, Sebastian Martorana, Katherine Tzu-Lan Mann, Antonio McAfee, Brandon Morse, and Johab Silva. Guest curated by Sarah Tanguy, the show explores how the past evokes shifting memories while suggesting new and present narratives. Rich in representation and abstraction, TRACES encompasses painting, photography, mixed media, sculpture, sound, and video, and includes several site-responsive installations. As the artists dialogue with their source materials, they mine the many meanings of “trace” as noun and verb, and engage the themes of displacement, connectivity and transformation. Variously inspired by personal and cultural history, the natural and built environments, and the human condition, they offer an impassioned take on the issues of the day and suggest possible futures to come." More at https://www.kreegermuseum.org/exhibitions/view/current Photo: Greg Stale

What is the recipe to solve the 21st century issue that you can’t deal with? Create a recipe with 5 steps, and title it! 25 recipes will be selected to be part of Recipes Project and they turn into book (Recipes/ (Grey Book)). Submit your ideas by February 19, 11:59pm Submit your idea trhough the link below

Recipes book (hardcopy) Pre-order!
Happy to announce the publication of Recipes. This book has 28 pages and a website was created for this project. Check out the website for more info about this project.


Thrilled to see TRACES exhibition at Kreeger Museum, covered by PBS. Janis Goodman and Peter Winant discuss the show on WETA Around Town, hosted by Robert Aubry Davis.


New flatfiles available at Transformer Gallery
Respost from Transfomers Gallery Instagram (@transformerdc) Featuring a new artist and their artwork for purchase in our FlatFile collection! This week we’re highlighting works by Johab Silva (@johabsilva) • Silva’s “Land Survey” series depict his interest in environmental issues, inspired by his personal experience observing the Amazon rainforest and the devastating impacts of deforestation. Using satellite and topographic images, Silva highlights, in blue, portions of the rainforest that are now gone as a result of illegal deforestation. Inspired by the blue of the ocean, Silva intentionally highlights these sections in color, in hopes that water will bring life again into a lifeless place. • Johab is a DC-based artist and a founding member of the Kicker Collective. Johab’s work is included in the group exhibition, "TRACES," presented by The Kreeger Museum and curated by Sarah Tanguy (@sarahtanguyart). The exhibition explores how the past evokes shifting memories while suggesting new and presenting narratives. Listen to Johab and fellow participating artists discuss their works in an online talk on November 12th. • Check out Johab’s “Land Survey” series and so many more artists’ works, all available for purchase through our online shop! • Image: “Like a Blue Land-Variation no 1, 2019, Tempra on paper