A Day in the Life (2000)
In A Day in the Life, sculptures were made out of photographic prints of public events documented by the news media. The photographs were printed on paper, cloth and canvas, which I then cut, glued and sewed together into sculptures of domestic objects. Simultaneous realities overlap: the intense, private bubble of domestic life, with concurrent events in the public sphere. I contextualized these sculptures further by placing and photographing them in domestic environments, resulting in the eight photographs in the series.