remind me of what we're hunting.

one of the small installation elements
that wind themselves up the two story lobby space
at Mount Auburn Presbyterian Church.

Tomorrow, following the normal service times at Mount Auburn Presbyterian Church, I will be speaking about my installation that has been on display since the beginning of February: A White Hunter, a white hunter is nearly crazy.

I expect to begin a discussion about the installation some time after 12:30 pm. The church is located at 103 William Howard Taft, with access to parking directly behind it by entering off of McMillan.

Here's what we initially released about the project:
Boxes of tissues, snapshot photographs, drawings on tissues in rosé champagne and graphite, and ‘doo-dad’ sculptures make up the installation that ascends the multi-level exhibition space at Mount Auburn. What is included in the installation acts as an elaboration and commentary on the spirit and structure of the space it occupies. This collection of objects deal in abstract ideas about the soul and a quiet sadness that always seems to underpin transcendence. Titled after a poem in Gertrude Stein’s collection Tender Buttons, the exhibition reflects the complicated and contradictory efforts at reaching the heart of a matter.

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