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The Last Picture Show is a transitional space, an interior containing a stage within a stage. Projected off my childhood turntable are images from my memory of a place I once lived , they revolve here like an oft- repeated story- one that induces a state of myopia and remove. The surrounding scene is drawn with rudimentary building materials: chalk on tarpaper supported by solder and duct tape, a child’s theatre strung up with hemp rope and illuminated with a single flashlight. This simple but concentrated diagram suggests a distorted present that is both ominous and rife with possibility.

 The Last Picture Show, (moving projection), roofing paper, wire, vellum scrim, spinning turntable with cut paper and taxidermy, flashlight
The Last Picture Show
vellum, cut paper, turntable, taxidermy, tape, wire, flashlight