It’s Not Easy to See the Grass in Things and in Words (2016)
Exhibited at The Drawing Center, New York
C-print, 21 x 14 inches I Mylar, ink, graphite, eraser, tape
These drawings/sculptures are about how moving bodies speculate the future. If our memory is as speculative as our future selves, then lines of flight, languages and objects are formed and reinvented as we move. In these works, the intimate gestures of accumulation, dissolution and probability dwell within a distancing photographic image.