Roots and Culture: Simulated Rainbow
I continue to push my use of interior space as a surface as I create rugs that range from figurative to text to displays of beings radiating energy. With this latest installation, I wanted to transform an entire room, evoking a sense of home – a microcosm reflecting a space that only I could create. I’m taking up space that many of us weren’t allotted to create one of yearning and comfort with layers of fantasy. This space acts as an interpretation of what my childhood room could have been, yet exists in a space that will never be. It then leads you out to yet another fantasy space, seemingly never ending.
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