"Her more recent musings on water have generated a different kind of work, more reverent, perhaps. Feeling more like an homage to this thing that she loveswater--without losing her critical eye on the complexities of the substance in our increasingly globalized world. Water, Is Taught by Thirst
was created by tracing waterways from maps of central Florida, Greater Boston, and the Adirondacks and then laser-cutting the paper so that the waterways are removed, leaving behind a crackled, sculptural terrain with a hint of singed edges. Without knowing the source material, the topography could be Arctic ice flows or even muscle or nerve patterns, but this time the outcome is serene and unfettered, seemingly created with deep fondness and admiration."
- excerpts from Be Water, My Friend
(catalogue)Michele LHeureuxGallery DirectorWheaton College Art GalleryArtist's BioSee my website in Japanese
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