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She is quite the warrior, this tree. Weathering all of life. I see her most days and I love her layers and her stories. I used to be so uninterested in nature. It didn't mean much to me and I never felt moved by it. I grew up in London and it was always the cities that spoke to me. Green spaces were boring. Who cared? Ha, how I've changed. Now, I'm in some kind of love with nature and it seems to be increasing in intensity each year. I think that the answers to everything I am seeking are in a field or an ocean. But this Empire State and these damn yellow taxis are part of a love affair that is still very much lingering. Today, I am not ready to leave here. Ask me again tomorrow.
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"The Polaroids generate a fictive, narrative driven aesthetic. These works as a whole convey a duality and fragmental autobiographical storytelling through installation, and juxtaposition. While individual captured instants form fragments of tangible library of memory, a portrait of what has, will and always shape us although only right now, meaning that idea of self or journey is constantly being excavated, forever in flux.
With that being said, this concept is typically executed/exhibited in grids adhered directly to the wall (corners are a favorite dynamic area of the gallery for me, I’m always drawn to the crossroads concept of a corner). The visual installation provides a backbone of structure for works to begin developing small dialogs between each other, like fragments of many sentences being pulled from life but never the whole story. Each installation is different and I very much enjoy doing them on the spot with no planned order. It always develops a spontaneity based on my sense of self/state of mind actively at the time of install."