"...people are always like, 'Oh, Jeff Koons, he’s got all these people making work for him, he’s a factory.' But do you know how hard it is to make art like that? With the amount of production that goes into it, and to communicate what you want through all that process? It’s like making a painting with a really long brush." — Parker Ito
My Holy Nacho is a performance-sculpture and exhibition project spanning the period 2014-2019, the subject of both a central project publication with commissioned essays, and magazine spread.
The project's ring-bound, leporello artbook publication, designed by Barcelona graphic design studio Cosmic featuring writings by Mela Dávila Freire and philosopher Robert Jackson, distributed at the Unboxing: My Holy Nacho event through Kunsthal Aarhus. An ArtPapers magazine diagram and essay commission, for the July/August 2014 issue of the U.S. print publication, is entitled "Process Processes", illustrating data relative to the creation of artwork and performances.