In The Dark At Sea: an exhibition of work in progress


During my residency at Em Space I worked on three projects:
—a 30-foot drawing made with large loosely threaded stitches on Japanese paper
—two window installations constructed from screen-printed sheets of kozo and black glassine, featuring illustrated images of rope sections
—a series of text-based pieces made with a variety of transfer papers (such as carbon paper, and graphite and white transfer paper). This series is a mediation on language—and euphemism in particular—that describes intense or disorienting emotional experience.

All works are on view at Em Space Book Arts Center
February 21-March 28, 2010
open to the public Sundays, noon-4 pm

photo by Jonathan Snyder