AS LONG AS IT LASTS
Blind embossed cartridge paper, gold leaf, mdf
How do we relate to the space around us, these spaces of our lived experience, the sites and interiors of our days and words? Words can shape physical spaces and stretch beyond them. How we read and receive language can shape its meaning, words are released from their moorings in syntax and order.
This process can be disturbed and uprooted through the collision of word and image, and our role is in flux between reader and viewer. This liminal space sits in a stretched space on the page, a site of shifting register for as long as it lasts.