Sellers Creek Cliff, 2013
Sellers Creek Cliff, 2013

Inkjet printed photograph on matte paper 20.5 x 30.5

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Sycamore
Sycamore

Photograph printed on glass 6.5 x 10.5

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Instalation view
Instalation view

Image courtesy Archive LZB

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Sellers Creek Cliff, 2013
Sellers Creek Cliff, 2013

Inkjet printed photograph on matte paper 20.5 x 30.5

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Currents - Lexington Art League
Installation

 

Lexington, Kentucky, 2013

 

An exhibition of conceptual art curated by Louis Zoellar Bickett

 

 

 

Untitled

Mixed Media, Dimensions Variable

 

An auto-biosphere, a portrait of this Kentucky farm boy with outer-space dreams.  Moss, ferns, Papaw D’s jade, rocks, lichen, more moss, cedar (living and dead), wedding anniversary-schefflera, slugs, earth, more rocks.  A dead bumblebee too.  A sacred found-object water bottle to keeps it alive. 

Extension cords with extension cords climb PVC like too-consistent vines over tattoos of barcodes, extrusion dimensions, over building material made crude oil.  Weighted bases form an asteroid belt supporting nine paintings, nine planets.  They are black holes pulling in and worm holes spewing out.  In consistent, calibrated rhythm, the light emitting diodes (LEDs) illuminate,* reflect against the paintings and to the center, the mini-biome.  The force-field is broken at two points, encouraging the viewer to enter the ring.

 

Three textures—natural static—photographs on glass via digital transfer.  A rotten-but-living sycamore tree.  Cut limestone with iron ore.  Fresh Kentucky pond mud.

Sellers Creek Cliff, Harrison County, KY.  Light to dark, the yearning, upward movement of a plant.  The white light that comes for us all at both the beginning and the end.

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