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36 in(97 cm x 91 cm)
I am interested in the relationship between time, memory and imagery. When we moved from our 100 year old house on the Atlantic coast, I wanted to document this particular place and the time we had lived there. By rusting fabric with objects that I had found in the ground, I made historic imprints of the place. I feel that I transferred the memory of the time I had spent there to a tactile surface; capturing its DNA so to speak. The layering of materials and the rust imprints refer to the passage of time and the process of remembering.
cotton, cheese cloth
dyeing, rusting, discharge, screen printing, collage, hand- and machine quilting