“Perpetuate immerses me in a color-drenched and delicate series of waves. It feels both fragile and powerful, familiar but totally surprising, completely and unexpectedly animating the space.” -Kate Fetterolf, Artist
Acrylic and monotype on hand-cut paper, vinyl, wood, conduit, wire, light
Photographed at Brandt-Roberts Galleries as part of a group exhibition titled Melange, Short North Arts District, Columbus, OH. Exhibition curated by Michelle Brandt and Laura Lisbon.
Over and over, the image of us
We hang upside-down, always
A pattern, perpetual perpetrator
Ruining promises of eternity, fist pressed to my face
Dangling, swinging back into oblivion: Newton’s Cradle.
Somehow I still found flowers
There in the quiet moments, in-between
Italy, a dream blooming hopeful gardens
Lullaby to sleep
Letting go until again we swing, tomorrow, perpetually.