I am interested in documenting ephemeral moments that start to disappear the moment that I try to capture them. Initially I used airbrush due to its quality of fading over time. With time as my medium, each airbrush gesture was released like a breath. The pigment exhaled slowly. I recorded the physical time and place of its momentary existence next to the mark. Over time, the pigment faded; what is left is a nearly invisible stain and the recorded time as a remnant of its being.
2012, 80 x 58.5cm, drawing on printed paper
2012, 66 x 81 cm, drawing on silk fabric
2012, variable size, performance