the four men who made my light boxes. thank you, fellas! these guys work really, really hard to realize the dream of one person. seems a little lop-sided in the grand balance of the universe, but that’s how things go in this life
Yesterday the crew at the Sultan Center and I began preparing for my exhibition next Tuesday. It’s a relief to begin but my brain is all over the place. There are so many details that I have to see to and still a few ideas that need to be tested out. I am taking a deep, week-long breath and hoping it all works out to my expectations. Fingers crossed.
skeleton. this is the light box workspace. these boxes were a logistical nightmare and i’m hoping hard that they end up looking good and worth the headache
the box is glowing. i decided not to use this work. i only had ten of these boxes made so i needed to select very carefully
charmaine, who proves that two heads are indeed better than one. thanks for being my second head, c
these were a nightmare to sort out. there are a few numerical mistakes but unlike secretaries, i’m only human
i love the combination of gravel, rocks, tiles and wall here. oh and of course my ledger and ever so ubiquitous feet