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2013

A paper quilt is inscribed with the psuedo-slogan this is all there is. Written in a circle, it's a question that answers itself.

Peering through the quilt behind the window, you can catch glimpses of a still life arrangement. Inspired by the Japanese tradition of Ikebana - public displays of flowers contained behind glass in subway stations - these arrangements were replaced every two weeks for the two month duration of this installation at Window Treat Gallery.

 
 
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