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(Rena Detrixhe) work-in-progress

Sneak-peak of what I’ve been up to in the studio for the past few weeks…


Crab-apple Lattice in-progress Crab-apple Lattice detail


This work originally began as an experiment or investigation of the process of collecting. Since much of my work begins with the physical act of gathering, I challenged myself to focus on that element of my artist practice. I set out to gather every last crab-apple from a specific tree in a very public space (a busy bus-stop at the University of Kansas) where my actions would be clearly visible to those around me, turning process into performance. Though I never fully completed this goal, I did spend many hours working towards it.

Crab-apple Tree at the University of Kansas

Coincidentally, this tree would soon be removed from this spot, an unfortunate result of ongoing construction at the University. The piece I am working on is related to the idea of displacement and will be on display at the upcoming resident show at Paragraph. The work-in-progress can be seen in my studio this Friday, at Open Studios (6-10PM, Friday April 24th.) Come take a look!

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  1. Pingback: Recapping the “Displacement/Thisplacemeant” exhibit at Paragraph Gallery, 5/21 – 7/11 | CHARLOTTE STREET FOUNDATION STUDIO RESIDENCY PROGRAM

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