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from dust and to dust and every space in-between (circle) / Vessels (1, 2), 2021

i. screen-print on recycled clay ceramic


As part of 'from dust and to dust and every space in-between' series.


A technical inquiry work from the first semester of 2021 at Elam; materially/ formally discussing the molecular memorability of clay (explained to me by technician Franca while learning to recycle and wedge clay) and an understanding of image as an imprint of memory/time (contained in a photograph, a moment, a breath) drawn from Douglas Crimp’s 1979 essay ‘Pictures’ recommended by Steve.


Working through the notion of being born from dust and returning to such; an imprint of all the in-between spaces occupied as formed humans in the Garden - body, spirit, and mind as one.

ii. Vessels (1, 2)

By the sweat of your face you shall eat bread, till you return to the ground, for out of it you were taken; for you are dust, and to dust you shall return.

Genesis 3:19 ESV

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