“Practically anything can become an agent for play.“ --Sutton-Smith
Play nourishes our souls. The daily rituals in our lives is a form of play in which adults engage.
The home is the architectural playground and the relationships and activities within can be seen as play. My new work addresses a specific daily ritual that appears mundane--the activity of dressing and laundering the cloths of a family.
My pieces require that you move in between and around the objects. You are even welcome to move the pieces from one place to another. Play happens in the present. The mirrored acrylic flooring reflects the moment, capturing footprints and traces of dirt. The clothing reminds us of our past, and ties us to the present as we dream of the future.