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RESERVOIR, 2012

Installation at Shemer Art Center and Museum, Phoenix, Arizona. Industrial felt, yarn, and wood.

In Reservoir, the layers of stacked industrial felt contour a fictional landscape reminiscent of Arizona’s desert and canyon forms. Although the term ‘reservoir’ is often associated with the manmade construction of a dam or a naturally occurring underground collection of water, my piece also explores the term abstractly as it metaphorically relates it to the collection of knowledge­ or “reservoir of knowledge.” The yarn balls reference both water and thought, as an individual drop or idea and as a collective body of water or knowledge.