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Installations > A Geography of Line

A GEOGRAPHY OF LINE, 2016

Solo exhibition at the Harnett Gallery, Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix, Arizona.

The works included in this exhibition investigate the permeability and fluidity of borders, whether they be territorial or psychological. They use the vocabulary of mapping and geography to further explore themes of mobility, home, and connection to place, often reflected through fictional landscapes and alternate terrains.

A Geography of Line was partially funded by the Arlene and Morton Scult Contemporary Forum Artist Award.

Fabrication assistance by Jim Sulak and Larry Hilburgh.

Photographs by Airi Katsuta and Saskia Jorda.