Conceptual artist who used black-and-white photographs with declarative red captions in her work. She preferred Futura Bold Oblique and Helvetica Ultra Condensed fonts.
She studied at Syracuse University, Parsons School of Design, Weequahic High School, and the School of Visual Arts.
Her most acclaimed works included "Untitled (I shop therefore I am)."
Her mother was a legal secretary and her father was a chemical technician.
She created a fiberglass sculpture of Marilyn Monroe on top of John F. and Robert Kennedy's shoulders in 1997.