Slow Work for a Racing Heart starts as a large drawing mounted to the wall. Periodically throughout the course of the exhibition, a new composition of raw clay is added to the underdrawing. The clay then dries, often peeling from the glassine, falling to the floor, and leaving a residue or impression on the drawing where it once was. The clay shards remain as a reminder of the previous life of the work.
Photo Credit: Brandon Forrest Frederick