USA, New Paltz, State University of New York at New Paltz, 2019
Have you contemplated the absence of something of which the outline has been preserved? Have you noticed the residue that clings to your hands after handling objects from the past? Have you observed how hair tangles and clogs channels, or burrows into your sweater?
Through documentation, I reveal the marks of time. Knotting fine strands captures a chronology of moments. Taping causes stains to accumulate on a dusty, silver surface. A visible collection of holes record the act of pinning. Fusing silver particles preserves a ring of dust. Collectively, these residual marks recite the language of time.
Intro by Marzee
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