”Indeterminacy, the unplanned nature of time, is frightening, but thinking through precarity makes it evident that indeterminacy also makes life possible.”
— Anna Lowenhaupt Tsing, The Mushroom at the End of the World
Objects collected in the one block walk from my apartment to studio capture a fragmentary image, reminiscent of an archaeological dig, perhaps giving insight to what may remain beyond the present epoch. Square canvases, painted with a mulberry-dyed ombre provide context for the surprising and often playful groupings of objects within the piece. There is, perhaps, a hopefulness amidst Tsing's "precarity" and the "possible.'