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bound — unbound, 2010

This project was part of an exhibit titled Open for Business on view from October 8th, 2010 to January 29th, 2011 at Arizona State University Art Museum and The Shoe Mill in Tempe, Arizona.

I present two fictional landscapes that metaphorically speak of the human connection to the land and the impact of our footprint as a mark left on the earth. The installation at the Shoe Mill, Unbound, captures a collective portrait through the use of footprints, and resembles a section of land spilling from the window; while Bound - Size 7, the freestanding piece at the ASU Art Museum, presents a self-portrait through a pair of shoes that emerge from a stacked topography.