Lindsey Glover: Hollowed Out

A series of prints as an investigation and reconstruction of a momentary glimpse. Fragments of sightings derived from the physical, the actual, and the tangible, coexisting with the ephemeral and the assumed. These sites exist in a volatile, fleeting moment; in a state of instantaneous conception. They are sites of happenings, fragments of narratives, spaces contained, obstructed, and disregarded. This body of work questions notions of a transient experience; being displaced and immersed in the unfamiliar, on the periphery of trespassing, and enclosed by the physical or psychological boundary of a backyard.

Printmaking and New Media