The Migrators is a collection of 23 standing sculptures of metal, tissue and glaze. They suggest a faceless longing for communion and a journeying toward something. Their identities are simply carried in their shapes and relative positions on the floor.
The second installation continues the story of the Migrators in a series of flat panel assemblages of found objects called Artifacts 1-6. In them, we search for clues to identity and the meaning held in these transformed objects. The viewer is invited to interpret their stories as presented in these found momentos.
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