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Memory House, Installation at Gregg Museum of Art and Design, N.C. State University, Raleigh, NC, as part of Natural World Exhibition, Spring 2007
Memory House
Waxed silk, wood framing, branches, halogen lights, pilings.
8’ x 15’ x 9’

I have always been interested in how memory resides in spaces, in both lived spaces and in the landscape. Memory House was built as a container to house a collection from the natural world. It is a revealing structure in ways, showing its contents as shadows on the translucent silk walls. The branches are somewhat jumbled or in disarray and as you traverse the exterior of the house, their shadows shift, creating new configurations.