A large portion of my work revolves around oblique representations of experiences of time –cyclical and paused, geological and momentary, lost and seized, contemplative and purchased.
The drawing series, Laborious Conditions - Cashiers # 1-50, is a form of undercover reportage and presents the working conditions of hourly laborers at the front end of consumerism. Discrete/covert records collected from environments designed to bring unit cost goods for sale, and each phase of production and merchandising, to the lowest possible sum, irrespective of worker impact.
The drawings are about a need to look more deeply, to pause, to look with empathy, to diligently say, “You/I matter” in the apparent anonymity of the market machinations of time that has an hourly price.
This sketchbook book is my first mock up for a book on this subject and displays 16 images from the series.
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