January 9 — February 13, 2010
Annabel Daou's newest works are visual documentations of time and place that employ words, numbers, sentence fragments and quotations in layers of torn and bound paper that form what Daou refers to as "repaired landscapes." Visually, the concatenated lines of text form landscapes that push and pull through amorphous atmospheres. The chains of text document a variety of subjects including the hours and minutes spent on a flight from New York to Tokyo and a chronological listing of various historical events that have taken place during the month of September.
Each of the works is a place in time that indicates a moment somewhere and an attempt to linger within the inevitable impermanence of the moment.
Visit Art this Week for an interview with Annabel Daou about her repaired landscapes exhibition