Rate of Recharge / Rate of Erosion

2011

Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts | Lubbock, TX
installation
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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