This is an experimental installation piece for a one-night art event in a hotel. Using a hotel room with its minimal furnishings as the basis of the piece, I collaborated with poet Susan Weiner to address a social issue that is a common occurrence within such an environment. Residue is about human connection and disconnection in the context of an affair. The viewer was invited to explore a visual treatment of the poem’s text, from the verse embroidered on the top bed sheet, to the second verse installed on the shower stall walls using human hair.
A collaboration with Susan Weiner, exhibited at the Art and Culture Center/Hollywood investigates women’s struggle for authenticity within societal constraints. Twelve ink jet prints on archival, perforated paper, black thread, and a large cut and perforated archival paper hanging.
This is an experimental installation piece for a one-night art event in a hotel. I collaborated with poet Susan Weiner, first verse embroidered on the top queen size bed sheet, dimensions variable.
Second verse installed on the shower stall walls using stencils with human hair, dimensions variable.
Stencils with human hair form the text on the walls and floor of the shower stall, dimensions variable