This process looks very much like the maps that are drawn of it: arcs and angles cutting through grids, concentric circles moving in and out simultaneously, precarious structures collapsing in and transforming into different shapes. The attempt to map the structures which inhabit a body continues to spiral outwards. This book is both an artifact of movement through a community and something far away from that. It is a gestural sketch of a landscape before it forms into something different, a flailing attempt to navigate shifting terrain.
At “Memorandum” thesis exhibition, The Olympia Press Building, Olympia. WA, June 2014