Thursday, 12 November 2015
the impulse to understand the immense
A large square is marked with black paint on the gallery floor. The edge pointing true north is curved, and acts as the horizon. Placed on this surface are small limestone and quartz rocks collected from the Keewinaw Peninsula in Upper Michigan, in an arrangement that reflects the stars above San Francisco at first visibility on the night of the reception. This reflecting pool serves as a record of one moment in our trajectory through the universe.
Claire Nereim, Reflection. As on view at PLAySPACE.
(found via evencleveland)