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Sift is a suite of drawings that serves as a personal record of a long hike in Iceland. Through an exploration of sediment as a metaphor, and the use of sedimentation as a drawing process, I am sifting through matter and what it means to be working with landscape, nature-based imagery, and a Romantic disposition in the twenty-first century. My work investigates how sentimental longing and personal recollections of the landscape can present an individual perspective on the world, and how the projection of memory in order to gain an understanding of encounters with one’s environment and personal recollections are small but political gestures that express the relationship individuals have with the world around them.
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Sarah Kernohan (2015). Sift. UWSpace. http://hdl.handle.net/10012/9309