...Remember What It Was.
ink, watercolors and graphite on paper
digitally printed and bound into an artist's book: 7" by 5", 48 pages plus cover
This piece is trying to document contrasting emotions and events over a period of time. The images and text are sporadic, with a consistent shift in style. This can represent the blind groping one goes through in order to “find oneself,” or even to make sense of strange situations and emotions. This book, really, is a juvenile attempt to find the profound in the everyday. The core of this book is the idea that in order to be taken seriously, one must “grow up.”
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