used dryer sheets, broken tree branch, dogwood petals, canvas thread
~7' x 10' x 5'


Shortly after the first US COVID-19 lockdown in March 2020, I began collecting dryer sheets and coffee grounds used by my family. After individually dying sheets in coffee grounds, I hand stitched them together to create a burial shroud, Through recontextualizing the accumulated byproducts of daily family rituals, I created a kind of visual documentation of time since the pandemic; an abstracted calendar that spreads larger with each passing day. This project is ongoing, and the current shourd has grown by several feet since its last installation.


shroud (the return)

used dryer sheets, canvas thread