These stark black silhouettes, with a nod to modernist painting, are determined by the gravitational boundary of our galaxy’s supercluster, one of the largest known structures of the cosmos. Each work represents a different point of view, prompting a sense of holding an object in one’s hand, turning and examining it, trying to comprehend it better.

A conversation emerges between the intense amount of data and effort that goes into calculating these gravitational flows, transformed into a gesture drawing as I prep the fabric with chalk, then a return to slow deliberation and deciphering through the act of hand-stitching. Pairing the coldness and seduction of minimalism with the warmth and seduction of craft, this process of translation shifts the work between the intimate and the vast.

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