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'Hour Watching', April 2023 : Seilduken Gallery



Throughout history women have been associated with the changeable, transformative, and slippery nature that water holds. This work considers these relations alongside my interest in systems that use water as a way of reading and sensing: water clocks, thermometers, and hydraulic structures. Forms will have a strange half-life, as faces sprout out of places they don’t belong, and they knot together in circuits with uncertain functions. By layering combinations of visual messages from late medieval literature, architecture, and internal experiences, I use these past/present/future sculptures to reimagine my surroundings.

Ceramic, acrylic, steel and water 

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