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  eternity fleeting  is a poetic consideration of familiar, often overlooked patterns found on the periphery of our daily lives.  Considering the flow through the gallery like a book, Emily Fussner brings together observations of light and cracks, integrated with her writing, to examine notions of breaking and healing, attention and memory, passing and dwelling. In materializing these ephemeral moments, we can linger in them a little longer, see these forms in a new light, as a new possibility.

eternity fleeting is a poetic consideration of familiar, often overlooked patterns found on the periphery of our daily lives.  Considering the flow through the gallery like a book, Emily Fussner brings together observations of light and cracks, integrated with her writing, to examine notions of breaking and healing, attention and memory, passing and dwelling. In materializing these ephemeral moments, we can linger in them a little longer, see these forms in a new light, as a new possibility.

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laser-cut text, poem by the artist

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LIGHT / ETERNITY FLEETING (vol 1-5)
LIGHT / ETERNITY FLEETING (vol 1-5)

inkjet-printed photography zine series (5 volumes) with vellum cover, 5.5” x 8.5” each, 2018-2019; installed on custom acrylic shelves

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Leaving Home; Rest, or, My Bed for a Week; Drop of Light, or, Upon Returning from Rome
Leaving Home; Rest, or, My Bed for a Week; Drop of Light, or, Upon Returning from Rome

digital photgraphs inkjet printed on Hiromi Niyodo paper, each 17” w x 25” h, 2019

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Parking lot before predicted snow
Parking lot before predicted snow

digital photograph inkjet-printed on Hiromi Niyodo paper, 17” w x 25” h, 2019

Untitled (Kintsugi Covering)
Untitled (Kintsugi Covering)

handformed pigmented abaca paper pulp and copper wire, cast from asphalt cracks

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Merging
Merging

cyanotype, silkscreen, colored pencil and marker, 8” x 8”, 2019

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What Could Be
What Could Be

silkscreen and color pencil, 8” x 8”, 2019

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Untitled ("Where is the way to the dwelling of light?")
Untitled ("Where is the way to the dwelling of light?")

steel wrapped in handformed pigmented flax paper, 2019

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Untitled (I almost walked past it)
Untitled (I almost walked past it)

laser-cut acrylic, each piece 24” w, height varies, 2019

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Untitled (refuge)
Untitled (refuge)

toned cyanotype on handformed pigmented flax paper, steel; 2019

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Scintilla
Scintilla

inkjet print on Hiromi Niyodo paper, 17” w x 25” h, 2019

Periphery
Periphery

Kintsugi, gallery floor

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  eternity fleeting  is a poetic consideration of familiar, often overlooked patterns found on the periphery of our daily lives.  Considering the flow through the gallery like a book, Emily Fussner brings together observations of light and cracks, integrated with her writing, to examine notions of breaking and healing, attention and memory, passing and dwelling. In materializing these ephemeral moments, we can linger in them a little longer, see these forms in a new light, as a new possibility.
1.
2019-03-1912.56.46.jpg
2019-03-1913.22.44.jpg
LIGHT / ETERNITY FLEETING (vol 1-5)
2019-03-1912.58.22.jpg
Leaving Home; Rest, or, My Bed for a Week; Drop of Light, or, Upon Returning from Rome
2019-03-1912.59.35.jpg
Parking lot before predicted snow
Untitled (Kintsugi Covering)
2019-03-1912.59.45.jpg
2019-03-1913.00.44.jpg
IMG_5583 (1).JPG
2019-03-1913.17.44.jpg
Merging
2019-03-1913.01.40.jpg
What Could Be
2019-03-1913.04.35.jpg
2019-03-1913.05.42.jpg
Untitled ("Where is the way to the dwelling of light?")
IMG_5591 (1).JPG
IMG_5593 (1).JPG
Untitled (I almost walked past it)
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Untitled (refuge)
2019-03-1913.11.37.jpg
Scintilla
Periphery
IMG_5622a.jpg

eternity fleeting is a poetic consideration of familiar, often overlooked patterns found on the periphery of our daily lives.  Considering the flow through the gallery like a book, Emily Fussner brings together observations of light and cracks, integrated with her writing, to examine notions of breaking and healing, attention and memory, passing and dwelling. In materializing these ephemeral moments, we can linger in them a little longer, see these forms in a new light, as a new possibility.

1.

laser-cut text, poem by the artist

LIGHT / ETERNITY FLEETING (vol 1-5)

inkjet-printed photography zine series (5 volumes) with vellum cover, 5.5” x 8.5” each, 2018-2019; installed on custom acrylic shelves

Leaving Home; Rest, or, My Bed for a Week; Drop of Light, or, Upon Returning from Rome

digital photgraphs inkjet printed on Hiromi Niyodo paper, each 17” w x 25” h, 2019

Parking lot before predicted snow

digital photograph inkjet-printed on Hiromi Niyodo paper, 17” w x 25” h, 2019

Untitled (Kintsugi Covering)

handformed pigmented abaca paper pulp and copper wire, cast from asphalt cracks

Merging

cyanotype, silkscreen, colored pencil and marker, 8” x 8”, 2019

What Could Be

silkscreen and color pencil, 8” x 8”, 2019

Untitled ("Where is the way to the dwelling of light?")

steel wrapped in handformed pigmented flax paper, 2019

Untitled (I almost walked past it)

laser-cut acrylic, each piece 24” w, height varies, 2019

Untitled (refuge)

toned cyanotype on handformed pigmented flax paper, steel; 2019

Scintilla

inkjet print on Hiromi Niyodo paper, 17” w x 25” h, 2019

Periphery

Kintsugi, gallery floor

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