2018   /   Mixed media, edible plants, water, food color, light, plastic sheet   /   52 x 198 x 157 in  (132 x 503 x 399 cm)   /   Installation view from Index Art Center, NJ

This work uses the gallery space as a “field station” for experimentations with materials and the space itself. Through the ideas of migration, survival shelter and memories, a private space, yet exposed and vulnerable, is created to house the leaf specimens found from my family garden. Each was submerged in its own captive environment as a suggestion of preservative effort, prolonging life, and incubation.

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