(dark) Waterdrop, 2018, Photography collage (photographs of bedding), paint.
My work seeks out an embedded material language that exists between our bodies, our possessions, and our environment. I am engaged by the living sculptures in our daily lives and the interior and exterior spaces around us where meaningful life experiences take place. I am interested in how they teach us, engage our senses, and provide us with intimacy, comfort, rest, and pleasure.
In creating spaces and installations, and making intricate photography collages and soft sculptures, I intend to draw connections between the material and the immaterial, the visceral and the technological, two dimensions and three dimensions, and ultimately, the conscious and unconscious.
- Mira Burack