Entry Stasis, 2014, Four C-prints, 32" x 17"

A thicket planted beside a parking lot as a prompt for a very basic narrative. The participants were all people who normally used to the parking lot during the week and leave between five and six on a given day. The space of the parking lot, and the erratic bamboo were familiar. To only shift was my asking them to see the bamboo as a threshold. The rest was theirs. Their tableaux arose totally oblivious to the ones that preceded them. After the pose, they moved their cars. Something rhythmic emerged in the timing.

These four frames were selected from a set of thirty seven.