Portfolio > Accumulative Losses

A view from above of a large black and white installation. There is a chair with a small desk attached to it, painted in matte black. On the desk is an old typewriter. Coming from the typewriter is a sheet of black carbon paper that extends onto the wall
carbon paper, desk, typewriter, graphite, stop motion animation

a mass accumulation, an iterative process, ideas forming new parts, everything remaining mobile, everything continuing to move and layer on top of itself, something like the wind catching everything I mean and sending it out from me. What do we do with everything we think about all of what we choose to keep and remember and archive? What happens when it spills out of our control?

*All of the titles for the works for Accumulative Losses were generated using the Dewey Decimal system and refer to where they would be shelved in a library / archive.