Sunday, July 14, 2013

The Screen

Completed right before the June residency, this screen consists of four panels made of plywood, maple, chestnut wood, digital prints, acrylic paint, and graphite text.  Each concave/convex unit is interchangeable and can be configured either in a serpentine or half-circle fashion.  The piece is a confrontation of points of view, with a paradoxical confluence of photographically-rich surfaces and voided discarded objects from the Kendaia site. The representation of place unfolds in both a visual and verbal manner.  Finding the meaning of place involves a multi-faceted dimensional experience, in part revealed/concealed. 

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