Project Diana, June, July 2015
Four hand-felted wool objects reference a shared source, but exist separately. They track themes of displacement, skin and protection. They are formed around the panels of my tan sedan car: the hood, the trunk, and two door panels. They do not hold space in the way we commit to stand or sit or position objects and ourselves. Instead, they would hide you. Their position is an unfolding, still and moving. They bend, push, lie, wake, hang, cover a child in the back of a car. They map in car lint, skin and fibers.
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