Do You Count? Exhibition
This dresser portrays the decisions made when getting ready to face the day and choosing clothing or ‘armor’, as we face or protect ourselves from society. The second hand dresser installation represents that even furniture has a story and is multi-layered, as it is reused within this Exhibition adding another story to its timeline.
Tool Gallery represents my lineage in figurative form, showing that the tools used, whether we have conscious recollection or not, effect generations going forward. There are vessels representing that we all hold our own stories and it is a tool that every human being uses consciously and unconsciously, however effects our daily lives. Throughout the exhibition are examples of different tools used to make decisions from the moment we wake up in the morning to interaction with other humans in an effort of trying to count within the stereotypes of society.