The Space Between Two Lines is a small shadowbox I created as a visualization of the indeterminate area that exists between any two lines of thought — a place we seem to be quite stuck in.
Materials: Green Laser, Glass, Wood
Exhibited: GRIDSPACE, NY for the Reanimation Library - Feb-March. 2010
I created this piece for the Reanimation Library's "solo" show at Charles Goldman's GRIDSPACE in Brooklyn, NY. The space itself is a wooden grid of 12 individually lit 2 foot square by 8 inch deep cubicles, custom built to fit into the specially designed storefront.
The Reanimation Library invited a group of artists and writers to respond to one of the most intriguing books in its collection: The Rand Corporation's 1955 classic, A Million Random Digits with 100,000 Normal Deviates. Each response fills one of GRIDSPACE's cubicles, with one spot reserved for the book itself. The also show features work by Anita Allyn, Jen Bervin, Christian Hawkey, Jen Hofer, Denise Iris, Tom Jennings, Katarina Jerinic, and David Levine. The show is on view through March.