Eulogy is a meditation on loss. It is dedicated to the person who did not receive the words I wanted to say. Eulogy can also be seen as a work about things that cannot meet. There is the contested horizon, and the thing becoming one with itself. Correspondences as eulogy. Those that fit/move together, those that depart. The gap in between. If it sounds murky, it is because my feelings and memories on the loss are murky, somewhat dark, and do not register as keen as they once did.
Exhibited at Ghost Hole IV, Artscape Gibraltar Point, Toronto, 2012