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Mémoire Disséquée
Mémoire Disséquée
wallpaper fragments, insect pins, wooden box

Mémoire Disséquée is part of a series of site-specific installations I created during a month-long artist residency at DRAWinternational in Caylus, France. In this work, I investigate themes of personal and collective memory as revealed through the layers of wallpaper and physical debris found in an old house. Reading the wallpaper as if it were a text, I have dissected and reassembled it in a series of installations and subtle interventions to explore the psychological space of the domestic interior as it intersects with the natural world.