Animation of my End of Life installation going up in the North Park University Library, Chicago, IL
“End of Life” is a term used to describe a product that has been fully consumed or used up. Plastic mesh discarded from the flower industry has been transformed into organic shapes—heavy with symbolism but ethereal in their lightness—as a way to question our relationship with the natural and spiritual worlds, as well as the manufactured quality of these worlds. Blurring the lines between natural and synthetic, this piece is a meditation on dichotomy and the space between two opposing absolutes.
This is my new installation for Parlour Room Projects in Ypsilanti, MI. Check out their website here: www.parlourroomprojects.com
Working on my installation for Parlour Room Projects in Ypsilanti, MI. It is going up this weekend and I’m super excited!
— from The Knitting Sutra by Susan Gordon Lyndon