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Over a period of 6 weeks I assembled three memorials, each one a representation of a previous lover. With flowers, tissue paper, twigs, and a per… Read More
Over a period of 6 weeks I assembled three memorials, each one a representation of a previous lover. With flowers, tissue paper, twigs, and a personal letter to each man submerged in water, I let them decay over time. Through passing weeks, each one transformed from something vividly colorful to mold. I dreamt them in permanency and awoke to a temporary reality. They were beautiful and equally deteriorating, made to be enjoyed and remembered, born to die. Read Less
Published:
John
Clarke
Justin
Born to Die
- John, Clarke, & Justin
Archival Inkjet Prints
24"x36"
2012
 
Over a period of 6 weeks I assembled three memorials, each one a representation of a previous lover. With flowers, tissue paper, twigs, and a personal letter to each man submerged in water, I let them decay over time. Through passing weeks, each one transformed from something vividly colorful to mold.
 
I dreamt them in permanency and awoke to a temporary reality. They were beautiful and equally deteriorating, made to be enjoyed and remembered, born to die.