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.