Finding Home, Identity in Past, Present, Future, 2006
Steel, Plexiglas, Paper, Ink-Jet Prints
7 x 19 1/4 x 7 in. (17.8 x 48.9 x 17.8 cm)
Concourse Gallery, MCAD
Finding Home is a concept of a house that exists in my mind. It never changes, never alters; it’s a destination of place. The structure offers a sense of protection within open rooms where enclosure can drift in. Multiple perspectives are within view while small and large worlds collide creating a synthesis of meaning. I discover that in searching for home, I am searching for a remembrance who I am. There are 70 one inch by one inch paper cubes depicting photographs that selectively, randomly or significantly built my past. They reside in an unreachable but visible basement. The plexiglas between each floor connects to and unifies presence.