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The Desire for Meaning in Phenomena originated in watching birds circling in the sky, their movements seeming to communicate a complicated choreography that was difficult to follow but punctuated with highly organized moments. As human beings, we can't help but assign meaning to what we see and experience. Like the wrestlers, this work explores patterns within relationships.  Looking at the larger group, I consider how the individual relates to the society; can one's experience in society transcend existentailism? By collecting, arranging and rearranging information I explore the idea of being alone and also part of a larger body.

 

installation of Primer and The Pace of Memory, The Desire for Meaning in Phenomena, The Kitchenette, Phoenix, Arizona, 2007

 

Primer, bound drawings on glassine,elk hide, wood, gesso, mica poweder, archival digital images on panel, dimensions variable, 2007

 

vulnerable (chorus), bronze, 2007

 

Structure, monotypes mounted on panel, 32”x40”, 2006

 

Listening, still from video, 2004

 

detail, You might never understand, 41 archival digital prints on panel, size variable, 2007

 

detail, You might never understand, 41 archival digital prints on panel, size variable, 2007

 
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