circulatory : respiratory : exhalation



acrylic and water on paper, 19x29cm each, 2018




Breath, so light, is often taken for granted.

Although breathing is circulated yet momentary, every inhalation and exhalation is different. I left evidence for the breath that once existed and vanished. Reproducing a single breath, with a material that goes through circulation gives emphasis on how breath has existed temporarily. By freezing water inside the structured mold, I can regenerate the same breath that I exhaled. Ice, placed on a thin layer of paper, will melt and eventually leave a trace on the surface.












Featured:
2019, I Don’t Feel At Home in This World Anymore, Sol Koffler Gallery, Providence RI
https://events.risd.edu/event/exhibition_i_dont_feel_at_home_in_this_world_anymore#.Xv-aaZNKidY
Mark