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Summer Work

Summer Work: Take Three: Trash Talk

Rather than reading the content of each object, they seem to project the process of their construction in every aspect. Each nail or folded piece of material, and discarded item fixed to the surface speaks of the physicality involved in piecing it together, making them almost sculptural.


Summer Work: Take Two: Getting Lost

At the risk of sounding pretentious and romantic, the connection with nature and my body as I trekked along the landscape was worth the dehydration and heat of the day.

Summer Work: Take One: O’Keefian

Art is ultimately a craft, and you are always expanding your skill set and developing your ideas. At once it is compelling and you want to immerse yourself in your work, but also seems overwhelming and inaccessible, leading to these long beats of inactivity.

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