Sunday, December 18, 2011

Autobiography: A Paragraph (not quite artist statement)

The ongoing series tentatively entitled Autobiography utilizes objects to chronicle the passing of time. Autobiography monumentalizes the mundane, elevating sagging swimsuits and stained lunch bags into chronological markers that define a life. A significant move is indicated by the changing collection (each city lived in requires a different object collected for that time period). Other important elements include: changes in employment, the bridge from adolescence to adulthood, and hereditary comparisons between generations.

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