furrow and haze (Lincoln, I-55 South)


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Nisa Blackmon

A road trip in early spring. Landscape, weather, colors, buildings, light.

How do memories persist, and how do they change over time? As you approach a line of telephone poles abutting a road, they shift — rotating and collapsing upon themselves as you pass — and what you saw as you approached is not what you are left with as it recedes.

Shadows cast and recast. Swatches of recollection hung on spare steel rails.

In combining disparate harvested fragments, I seek to preserve the whole.

Materials: Steel wire, silver solder, vintage tin, vinyl, found object, waxed linen, brass

Dimensions: 4.5 x 3.25 x 1 inches



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