matter out of place is a converging point for meditations on time, mortality, grief, preciousness, and order. the series of satellite installations, scattered in a house-turned-gallery, is built using my own possessions and items sourced from the site. i consider the dismissed “matter” that objects––regardless of sentimental value––suddenly become when they are no longer functional.
what does it look like when broken things have a prolonged place in the home?
can the mess of one’s mourning practice fit into the domestic space?
matter out of place (hallway closet); paper castings of broken car radio, worn-out spare wheel, empty beer can, expired antique license plate, and unused binder clip; antique radiator shell, rags, ladder, iodine, and streamer; projection mapping of two Nissan balloons caught in a telephone wire; dimensions variable; 2020
more documentation to come.