A series of 4 sculptural paintings based on the shadows of tools and furniture, photographed by my parents on their living room rug. The shadows act as ephemeral markers of time –the past as well as a shifting present. Each object was owned and used by my grandparents, now by my parents, and may soon become part of my collection. I made each artwork by transforming the photo documentation of these shadows into physical objects, incorporating the substrate on which each object was placed, their living room rug and exterior deck. The originals, used and worn down by the bodies of two generations, now become their own ethereal silhouettes—all soul and no body.
All works were presented as part of the exhibition, All Soul, No Body at Harmony Murphy Gallery, LA.