First Breath After the Coma
Plaster and water; 1"x3"x10"; 2012
First Breath After the Coma is soft and delicate. It chronicles the intimate relationship it had with the forces that created it. Submerged in a stream for four days, everything from the precipitation to the rocks surrounding it played part in its creation as much as my choices leading up to placing it there. The form itself traces the history of its own creation.