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Tying Loose Ends
Napa Gallery, CSU Channel Islands
Camarillo, CA
September 2016

"Tying Loose Ends" was a two-person exhibition with George Sanders which celebrated our experimental approaches to art making - in which the bridge between our ideas and their physical manifestations is complicated by a devotion to materials and processes - to the discoveries that can only be made when you don’t quite know where you’re going.

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In all these works the body and self are permeable and constantly under construction, always shifting, always becoming. Like a knotted string, or a rubber band around the wrist, there is a searching to imbue a kind of tactile memory, something felt but only half-told.

 
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Tying Loose Ends

installation

 
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Mobile (glassy yellow eyes)

handmade paper, wood, resin

 
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Knot (matsutake)

custom printed organza, acrylic, reed

 
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Knot (pink locket)

handmade paper, reed, copper chain

 
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Knot

reed, chain

 
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A Delicate Trap

ink on paper in artist's frame

 
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Movable Parts

ink on paper, artist's frame