“Soliloquy” contemplates the ebb and flow of existence. Reflecting on personal events from my recent past informs the art, such as loss of relationships and death of a sibling, illness and medical intervention, caregiving and restorative mending. An individual’s response to life is a human response, the personal is socio-political.
A few objects in the installation “Soliloquy” are pieces from the past that are re-contextualized, examining my art practice and how life fragments are carried forward but conceptually altered. Objects in close proximity create multi-layered interpretations, similar to words in literature. Melding the two create a contemporary discourse or visual poem.