Mimi Peterson

Swift Night’s Nest
wood, plastic, metal, pigment
20 x 25 x 26 in.

I have begun to think of my sculpture assemblage as visual anagram. This comes as a consequence of discovering, and rediscovering, parallels which exist between the content and material of objects. As “lost” objects they have become non-permanent and movable. As “found” objects they are context-adaptable. By performing grafts, providing counter-points, and sensing their humor, I have transposed objects by adding to/subtracting from to spell out a fresh interpretation in their newly created relational space.

© Mimi Peterson