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Acrylic ink on paper, 14x11
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The smallest most insignificant change happening at the chromosomal level, alters life is ways no one can ever predict. Many of us live with altered lives. I often wonder what life may have been had the small change, the size less than a grain of salt, had not happened. Science is fascinating and it has taught me that every little thing I do in life matters. This piece is a reminder of that appreciation.
An important part of her process is finding the calm amidst the chaos.
The meticulously drawn clusters of symbols and binary code (ones and zeroes) weave through her work. They serve as a reminder of the human impact on all life on the planet.
While technology connects us all, it will consume us, filter our experiences, and keep us out of touch with nature if we don’t use it in a balanced way. If we aren’t careful, she worries virtual reality could be all we have left!
Balancing our use of technology with our behaviors will be key to preserving our planet and our experience on it.
The clutter of symbols also parallel mnemonics with amnesia; an idea inspired by a universal feeling of information overload, oftentimes resulting in memory lapse.