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GALLERY

WARDROBE PROCESS DRAWINGS

Wardrobes are a physical stand in for the human psyche. Wardrobes enclose drawers. Drawers are containers holding information that can reveal intimate details about the user; they hold clusters of objects, each a point radiating a different psychology. The French philosopher, Gaston Bachelard, wrote about the intimacy of the home, suggesting that wardrobes are the most revealing of all furniture. The wardrobe is an arcane piece of furniture, used to hold drawers and hang clothes, rendered obsolete by the use of closets.

These are sketches–quick studies of drawers and memories. All drawings are 11 x 15", made with ink, whiteout, and tape. In these drawings, I develop the vocabulary that I use in the painting structures and interior drawings of the Wardrobe Project.

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