“stuffed windows” began during the early pandemic as photographic images captured in transitory rural places, such as the windows of shuttered buildings along Hwy 30 in Nebraska, yet the idea harkens back to the original stuffed window I noticed at a horticulture supply building in 2002. In these pictures, I contemplate the materiality of memory, stuffed against the transparency of a window pane of an office or station, blocking while emphasizing the passage of light. Some of these photographs remain as such, while others serve as references for paintings, are printed on fabric and framed with industrial refuse, become materials for assemblage-style window sculpture, nondescript Google Earth destinations, and fodder for video work.

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