Anna began referencing washing lines at the beginning of lockdown in 2019. She would carve into long and narrow woodblocks from left to right in a procession manner to reflect the movement in time. The character that follows the washing line imagery goes to perform and comes back to do menial domestic tasks like laundry.
Everywhere There’s a Wind, There’s a Name for that Wind
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34, 8 cm
102, 6 cm
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