A selection of drawings by Brooklyn-based artist Laura Burke. Her work explores the significance of memory in relation to still lives and begs the question: “Is it possible for a piece to be labeled a still life, when a configuration of objects never existed to begin with?”
Each drawing becomes a configuration of adored objects that harken back to comfort and often times vulnerability, but are and never were an actual observed scene.
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“Small Victories” Photo Book
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