A first-person essay from an artist transfixed by sunlight. She examines her struggle against the linearity of time--a confrontation forced by the sudden death of her younger brother. A trip to sun-drenched Los Angeles, and to Joshua Tree’s Integratron, helps her locate a means to temporal flexibility. And yet she must still face her grief and the inescapable reality of her brother’s absence. These ruminations follow her back into her studio and allow her deeper access into the sun’s power to define time.
Edition of 100.
8.5” x 4.25”