Speaking to the tradition of quilting during the AIDs crisis, these quilts blend personal memory with public tragedy. A response to the looming apocalypse; global disaster as intimate.
Two single bed covers hanging side by side conjures the warm feeling of having another entity with which to relate to. This work proposes that the political is not abstract, it is woven into the fabric of our everyday lives.
It is possible to live with and wear the trouble of this world with unearned grace; that we may document its sadness and lightness as a fragile, beautiful, disgusting, polluting, creative, inspiring and destructive human subject.