A six-inch band of ceramic multiples, hung at the height of the light switch, spans the wall. It connects the fragmented wall through implied plane and creates a horizon line through the obstructing doors. Each individual ceramic module fills the gap between my pointer and middle finger and has a slight twist to it. The formation of these modules in a line and their individual twisting motions alludes to the hand-spun yarn in the main gallery. The shadows below accentuate the texture formed by the modules and soften the harsh lines of the board.

Ceramics Strand, 2017, Louisiana Dug Clay, Wood Board, 6″ x length of hallway