nourish

I just finished installing my end-of-semester exhibit, which I titled ‘Nourish’. There are three components in the installation: a heap of wet sagging cardboard tomato boxes, a red cross made of 100 jars of tomatoes, and a floor sculpture of 30 old milk funnels with a suspended dripping jug of milk. Each element is intended to inform the others and to suggest failed, askew, or unappetizing offerings of nourishment. It is flawed nourishment signifying flawed caring for others through good intentions.

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