Big Geometries is a select group of works that investigate the logic of networks and systems -both figuratively and conceptually. The interlacement of filament, the interdependency of binaries, the quiet act of ritual, the process of laborious handwork, human touch, and social interaction; all mingle and play out in non-hierarchical conditions.
Decomposed silk, thread, wax, wire, dulcimer tuning pegs, reclaimed lumber, rope, metal, ink, wine, shellac on paper installation dimensions variable
(info: an installation, predicated on the concept of labor, examines ‘value’ within a system of production. Meticulously hand toiled silk vessels comprise a drawing machine. The performance; hand filling each vessel according to a timed and sequenced pattern plan – drips ink, wine and shellac – creating ‘binary’ appearance drawings. This project posits the question: what is of most value: the hand labored process or the end product?
Installation link: Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art