graphite, gouache, pochoir, wood, tyvek, found object, blue painter's tape.
"Replan Your Work, Rework Your Plan" is a recombination and recycling of materials and elements from my thesis exhibition, "plan your work, work your plan"; taking into consideration my understanding of that installation, the conceptual grounds for revisiting it, and the new site of the work.
Presented by Halt Gallery at Eye Lounge.
Photo Credits: Peter Bugg.
Plan Your Work, Work Your Plan
graphite, pochoir, gouache, tyvek, wood, found object.
Throughout my childhood my home environment was in a cycle. The majority of time my house was highly structured and professionally organized. However, that predictably neat environment was challenged on a regular basis as my home underwent twenty nine renovations; yes, twenty-nine. My parents bought the house for its "potential"; it is at this moment still living up to its potential. They have had every demolition, renovation, and addition mapped out since moving-in in 1991. Recalling both the family expectation to maintain order and having that system disrupted repeatedly throughout my life, "Plan Your Work, Work Your Plan" explores that cycle and the relationships of such extremes.
MFA Thesis Exhibition in Painting in Harry Wood Gallery.