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

shroud: Text

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: Text
shroud: Selected Work

shroud (the return)

used dryer sheets, canvas thread

shroud: Text
shroud: Pro Gallery
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