Forever in between

Forever in between<br>Installation view<br/>Marine Art Salon, Los Angeles<br/>2011

Forever in between
Installation view
Marine Art Salon, Los Angeles
2011

Forever in between<br>Installation view<br/>Marine Art Salon, Los Angeles<br/>2011

Forever in between
Installation view
Marine Art Salon, Los Angeles
2011

Forever in between<br>Installation view<br/>Marine Art Salon, Los Angeles<br/>2011

Forever in between
Installation view
Marine Art Salon, Los Angeles
2011

Forever in between<br>Installation view<br/>Marine Art Salon, Los Angeles<br/>2011

Forever in between
Installation view
Marine Art Salon, Los Angeles
2011

Forever in between<br>Installation view<br/>Marine Art Salon, Los Angeles<br/>2011

Forever in between
Installation view
Marine Art Salon, Los Angeles
2011

<em>I am forever in between</em><br/>Ink on tracing paper<br/>48 x 48 in<br/>2011

I am forever in between
Ink on tracing paper
48 x 48 in
2011

<em>I am forever in between</em> (detail)<br/>Ink on tracing paper<br/>48 x 48 in<br/>2011

I am forever in between (detail)
Ink on tracing paper
48 x 48 in
2011

<em>I am forever in between</em> (detail)<br/>Ink on tracing paper<br/>48 x 48 in<br/>2011

I am forever in between (detail)
Ink on tracing paper
48 x 48 in
2011

Forever in between

Forever in between explores the relationship between physical location, past history, and the concept of ‘home’. Predominantly referencing her childhood environment, the subject of each drawing is an object of significance originating from domestic memories or dreams.

The title piece, I am forever in between is a literal (if not minimal) graphic representation of London. The only indication of the geographic location is the overlapping of layers which forms the Thames river. We see nine circular shapes – some overlapping, some floating as if abandoned by their former owner. Each of these circular shapes represents a location where the artist has lived. Each individual circle drawn represents a month of the artists’ life in that location. This piece has been created to scale with a fold out A to Z map of Greater London.