Rate of Recharge / Rate of Erosion


Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts | Lubbock, TX
tarp, sand, nylon rope, clawfoot bathtub, IV poles, plastic tubing, water, ferns, waterbed bladder, archival inkjet prints

Analog models of systems of discharge and recharge that speak to the interconnections between human-made and natural systems, as well as to the relationship between geographic place and personal attachment.

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