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It Is Not A Picture; One Wants To Live In It   site-specific installation     mirrors, day-glo paint, blacklight, clear, acrylic furniture.


The name of the installation comes from Russian Constructivist, El Lissitzky, who rejected the hierarchical, detached single vantage position in favor of an active, pluralistic space, and who famously stated, "Space does not exist for the eye only: it is not a picture; one wants to live in it."  


It Is Not A Picture; One Wants To Live In It was on view in the W.O.R.K. performance space and gallery in Salisbury, MD from 2013-2018.

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