Installation 11’ x 14’ each wall
graphite, blue pencil, silver ink on duarlar

Text for FIRST MOON:
"The moon had been observing the earth close-up longer than anyone. It must have witnessed all of the phenomena occurring – and all of the acts carried out – on this earth. But the moon remained silent; it told no stories. All it did was embrace the heavy past with a cool, measured detachment. On the moon there was neither air nor wind. Its vacuum was perfect for preserving memories unscathed."  ~Haruki Murakami

Text for PHASES:
M was fourteen when she lost her entire family in the Chinese Civil War. Terrified of the random violence in the country, she traveled only by night. A constant companion, the moon kept her safe. She navigated and tracked time by the phases of the moon. On the twelfth full moon she reached the island of Taiwan.

Mills Gallery, Boston Center for the Arts
July 28 to October 14

curated by Jeannie Simms