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This work investigates notions of labor and time, while negotiating the body and architectural space. The porcelain beads are made in relationship to the makers hand, each measuring about the width of the artist's palm. When assembled, the strands of beads sway and chime as it interacts with the viewers through movement in a rhythmic response to it’s observation. 

The piece can take the form of a curtain, dividing a space where a portal provides a passthrough. It has also been installed against the wall as a three dimensional wallpaper. Both iterations directly relate to the architecture of the space, remaining completely modular and customizable to any specifications. The whites of the beads are dynamic, ranging from cool to warm, where they are adorned with various metal cast objects, paper, and other porcelain chimes. The piece can be outfitted to be installed outdoors as well. 

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