Progress 5 (Eating Promises)

…she replied with a well organized study of the evolution of color/pigment in her painting history. She called it her Color Manifesto.

Progress 4 (Eating Promises)

Opening these parts of myself on social media — the same place where she sees and even reacts to my posts — echoes the heartbreak of someone close now becoming like a stranger

Progress 3 (Eating Promises)

I discover its (emotional) topography: its smooth soft expanses of loose paper vs. its hard, angry, crumpled knots

Progress 1 (Eating Promises)

I’d convinced myself as a new media artist, I should put away my brushes and focus on my digital tools. Now, the work chooses its tools. Yes I’ve used projectors, typewriters, and refrigerators these last 3 years but she has always worked in acrylics.