and yet and yet and yet and yet This project tells the story of the way I long for the local ecology of the Texas coast. I honed in on the Houston Ship Channel because of its proximity, and it also gave me a chance to learn more about the local ecosystem. My research led me down paths of different types of pollution and how it affects local ecosystems and the people who inhabit them. The more research I did, the more I felt both helpless and anxious. The resulting installation is my reaction to these feelings. Using many layers of imagery, I am able to visualize the anxious feelings, layered onto the wall much like how I have so many tabs open on my computer with all this research staring back at me. Using scale to tell this story represent the all-consuming feeling I have when I go visit the sites that occupy the spaces around the heavy industrial zones. The color choices reflect some of the colors found, or what one should find, along the coast, bright blue skies, green coastal prairies, golden sunsets.
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cyanotype and cut paper