- May 4, 2001 to June 2, 2001
One wall of the gallery space will be painted in mud, creating a wallpaper design. The design will reflect a Victorian style/motif, appropriate to the influx or height of colonization. The design will continue partially onto the floor. The second installation is composed of rolls of silkscreened paper, printed with a wallpaper pattern hanging from the ceiling and rolling out onto the floor. The rolls of paper form a small room, closed in on itself, hiding/sheltering a pair of moccasins. The moccasins are made of a flimsy/transparent fabric and are filled with earth. The final installation is an apparent mound on the floor. Wound around itself, it is a long beaded length of interfacing made to form a shelter.
By Hannah Claus