Rotating aluminum rods installed close to the ceiling of the gallery unrolled a selection of strings and ribbons throughout the duration of the exhibition. The rods were geared onto a variety of motors that ranged from one-rotation-per-second to one-rotation-per-hour.
She was, was a book accompanying the exhibition that told a short story of a woman who seemed to leave innocent, and seemingly mundane, traces of herself everywhere. The extent of this spreading caused the disappearance of her outer form and, in turn, the creation of a very minor legend. Much like the unraveling room, the story spoke of the vulnerability of bodies searching for solidity within a social structure while ignoring their own fluidity.

Optica, Montreal, QC, Canada / Eye Level Gallery, Halifax, NS, Canada, 1997

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