...on Wednesday, 2010
Mixed Media, Dimensions Variable
Enough lumber to frame a 2000 square foot house and a looming, massive, amorphous, black inflatable collide in the gallery space. Just around the corner, in front of a jumbled pile of moving boxes and bags including a cooler and child's backpack, lays a sleeping person of ambiguous age, gender, race, socio economic class clutching an editioned terracotta vessel made by Pablo Picasso. The lumber was later donated to Dignity Village, a city-recognized encampment of homeless people in Portland, Oregon.