I’m sorry for your loss is a time-based installation about coping with grief. In a plexiglass and steel tank measuring 18ft long, 8ft wide, 4ft high, and filled with dried leaves, robot vacuums meander sweeping the tank at alternating times. At the south end of the tank, a dedicated section contains bases where the robots empty their bins and recharge. By the end of the exhibition, little or no leaves will remain in the tank. Guests are invited to join the artist in scattering the leaf leftovers at a TBD location following the closing of the exhibit. Sign-up will be available in the gallery.
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Many special thanks to the following supporters and contributors: 4Culture • Timothy Aguero Photography • Sheryl Andrist • Michelle Brot • Elizabeth Doering • Fort Dudak • Sam Farrazaino • Haskett Works • Shanna Jones • METHOD Gallery • Middle Fork Films • THE 1979 BIZARRE • Paris, Spencer and Ali @ seattlechristmastree.com • Gabriel Richman & Chauanh Do • Bertrand Vacherot • Connie Wellnitz • Sherry Williams