She Dug a Well So Well

Saturday, March 21, 2015, 6 pm

March 21 to April 18, 2015

by: May D.

It may as well be that the most complex of thoughts can be expressed in the simplest forms and scenes: shapes and landscapes, the meeting of natural and man-made arrangements, absence and presence that unconsciously but naturally find themselves in each other. Drawing intersections between time and space, and seeing both as metaphorical and imaginary, what results is thought that precedes memory. Or, rather, memory that precedes thought.

Choice in medium and their placements also express the contrasts of natural and human constructs, and how these objects and images shape (or warp) the sense of time and space. The works are replete with repetition and reflection, rendering a dissonance in meaning that ultimately leads to collapse or complete absence of understanding or perspective. But it is in these collapsed perspectives and absences that passageways to possibilities and purpose are formed and space is created to be filled in, just as the earth is dug to become a well.