“I Am Not There” ~ 02/14/2012

This work of art ponders material that re-contextualizes itself through unexpected relationships. The elements in the work are ephemeral, eventually becoming the overlooked, covered over or discarded, belonging to the background of our lives. Yet, they are in many ways what we distinctly remember later; the wallpaper of our grandmother’s kitchen, the plastic slipcovers in our best friend’s house, the color of our bedroom when we were growing up.

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