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Psychological Topographies: Temporal Fingerprints

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"I waved back but then I realized she was waving at someone else." Graphite and charcoal on paper. 2" x 2".(6"x 6" with frame).

Sometimes the memory of seemingly insignificant events stays with us even though the original occurrence might have been banal or forgettable. In this short series I attempt to visually portray some of these incidents. The drawings are small and require the viewer to investigate them at close range. Although the patterns forming the compositions are similar, the titles are distinct. I do not want to give too much away regarding the events surrounding these re-occurring temporal slivers, but instead, I prefer that the viewer come up with their own narrative or empathetic thread.

"They don't bend that way." Graphite and charcoal on paper. 2" x 2".(6"x 6" with frame).

"Now that is a teal car!" Graphite and charcoal on paper. 2" x 2".(6"x 6" with frame).

"A crinkle-cut fry is not a lethal weapon." Graphite and charcoal on paper. 2" x 2".(6"x 6" with frame).

"When I die I hope our souls find each other." Graphite and charcoal on paper. 2" x 2".(6"x 6" with frame).

"You might sell more socks if you stop making fun of other people." Graphite and charcoal on paper. 2" x 2".(6"x 6" with frame).