IN MEMORY, PERMANENCE (FACADE)

Fall 2017

This exhibition explored architectural decisions utilized in memorial sites and other spaces dedicated to contemplation. A mural, a wall of text, and flower beds mimicked environments intended to prompt reflection and provide comfort, with disruptions proposed by the use of mark-making and text discussing hesitation, doubt, and fear.

Photo Credit: Charlee Witschi

Act One: Recollection (Iteration Two)
Act One: Recollection (Iteration Two)

Various drawings and birch plywood.

Act Two: Reconsideration
Act Two: Reconsideration

Performance and paper.

Act One: Recollection (Iteration Two - After Some Reconsideration)
Act One: Recollection (Iteration Two - After Some Reconsideration)

Various drawings and birch plywood.

Act Two: Reconsideration (Aftermath)
Act Two: Reconsideration (Aftermath)

Performance and paper.

Cartography (Series) [Detail]
Cartography (Series) [Detail]

White vinyl text on seven glass windows.

Bed (1)
Bed (1)

Birch plywood, soil, 23 pansies, and 20 pansy seeds.

Bed (2)
Bed (2)

Birch plywood, soil, 30 pansies, and 21 pansy seeds.

Bed (3)
Bed (3)

Birch plywood, soil, 34 pansies, and 21 pansy seeds.

Inscribed, Incoherent [Video Still]
Inscribed, Incoherent [Video Still]

Performance, men's underwear, graphite, latex gloves, clothing, and red ink.

Initially, I was going to let you die
Initially, I was going to let you die

Performance, watering can, and Beds (1, 2, and 3)