Above: Kitchen Kachina (right)
with Lamp Persona (left).
This is NOT a Love Letter
The room... open like a book...
it's my photo album...
The piece dealt with a woman growing older and walling herself into her memories. She reflects on her past life and finally succombs to her imagination.
... of blending into the wallpaper
... of becoming a part of the furniture
The piece began with images of the Berlin Wall, now only a memory itself, but a place that impressed me then as a momunent to voyeurism, an artifact covered with the scrawlings of desire, anger, longing and aggression. I thought of this writing as wallpaper (the walled city) and of what it would be like to wall one's self in, illustrating my room with the ramblings of my mind.