between ash and dust
BETWEEN ASH AND DUST
BETWEEN ASH AND DUST speak of implausible distances and detached spaces splitting up such evasive elements as smoke and sky. They are as much about the process of drawing/painting as they are about the current war imagery of destruction taken from tabloids or television. These metaphoric memorials sway unclearly between human intervention and natural phenomena and embody an act of restitution through the same material they are made of (charcoal being fire's residue), a destructive force embalmed through its very remains.