All That Is Sold Melts Into Air
In her confrontation with desires and their enactment, the artist turns her desires into representations. The world (samsara) is a gray pavement upon which her desires are drawn out into being with a primal element – water. Implicit in the act of representation, the material of inscription and the medium of representation is the supreme reality of dissolution. Each image fades, each possession rusts or dissipates over frames of time into no-thingness to be replaced by another desire. Individually or as wholes, desires emerge and disperse in a seemingly infinite continuum.