Summer Zickefoose
Remaining Cloth (detail)
fabric, plaster
The towels are sewn in a white, cotton fabric, treated with wet plaster, and hung on a nail—each time the form changing based on how the towel was handled in that action. The towels become physical memories of what would usually be a fleeting moment. Their repetition suggests a series of repeated actions or days, a monotonous chore completed, but yet their changing forms defy that monotony.
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