"Step In Time"
ABOUT EXHIBITION In my studio practice, daily life and autobiography merge. The home becomes an extension of the studio. Since the birth of my first child two years ago I have watched the 1964 film Mary Poppins in part every day. Countless milestones from first laugh, first word, first attempt at dancing, and countless sick days in bed had Bert the chimney sweep as company. Sitting on the sofa with my wife and child I theorize essays around “Capitalism in the Interwar Period of London,” or an “Allegorical study of re-skilling the labor force.” These ideas have moved beyond regurgitation into highly personal synthesis. “Step in Time” becomes part working studio and performative artwork. It is a record of a one-week intensive visual processing of the scenes, themes, and subtexts from the film Mary Poppins, made in collaboration with students of the University of Maine at Augusta.
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