Primarily concerned with bias in labor, institutional power, and invisibility, his work takes the form of installations, high-modernist art, and highly rendered drawings. Ryder has exhibited internationally and attended one dozen artist-in-residence programs.
Let’s THiNK About It
Belly Button Lint
The Will to DIY
A series of short essays (a monograph) on the practice of “do it yourself” as a sociological rebelliousness still contained within capitalism. It harnesses a spirit that deviates from the normalized universal in a cyclic process beginning with the machinic craftsman, moving through the passionate self, and embodying political agency through craft and skill informing disposition.