2010, Paper, glue, birch, acrylic paint, 48"w x 48"h
My work deals with journeys, layering a personal journey on top of a journey through geography and context, both literal and metaphorical. Despite what this piece tells us, we don’t have all the time in the world; one day our world might resemble this salvaged, armored motorcycle, a motorcycle adorned with wagon wheels and chains, signifiers of a pre-motorcycle era. I’m also interested in the idea of having “all the time in the world” after an apocalypse, whether that apocalypse is literal, historical, emotional, aesthetic, imaginary, or simply a removal of excess.
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