Primarily concerned with bias in labor and institutional power and invisibility, his work takes the form of installations, high-modernist art, and highly rendered drawings. He has exhibited internationally and attended one dozen artist-in-residence programs.
Let’s THINK about it
Every other week, Ryder releases a podcast on a book, or topic he finds compelling. Typically they are focused on sociology, human behavior, and philosophy tangled together.
Belly Button Lint
A daily wad of Naval Gazing brought to you in a short format that seems like wisdom, but is really just Ryder clearing my headspace.
A series of essays (a monograph) on the practice of “do it yourself” as a sociological rebelliousness, still contained within capitalism, yet harnessing a spirit that deviates from the standard universal, through the machinic craftsman, through the emotive self, and on to political agency in a type of cyclic discourse.
56-pages with pictures of “Chair” (an art piece by Ryder) and diagrams