|Individual panels: 8”x10”x0.75” | Hung in a 4×4 grid, with a 1” space between panels, the work is 35”x43”x0.75”||2020|
|Hand cut photo collage, correction fluid, tape, pencil, and epoxy resin on panels.|
|Materials list functions as primary description.
Drawing parallels to the various ways desert plants create biological copies of themselves and spread naturally either by propagation (literally pieces of the plant falling off or being carried by animals and then re-rooting into the ground and growing where they lay) or via the production of suckers (a new plant growth that develops at the rootstock), the artist claims a carbon copy lineage to both the desert and to the spirit of Quetzalcoatl.
Desert Index: Transplants from a Walk in the Franklin Mountains, January 2020