348 S 4th St, Brooklyn
Saturday and Sunday 12:00 to 5:00
Caitlin MacBride, Lizzy Marshall
May 07-Jun 04
When What They Sung for is Undone is a display of fragments sound in their incompletion. We understand fragments as a whole, as we do with Sappho's writing, as we do with our paintings. The image is an archeological dig, wherein disparate objects reveal possibilities for an imagined totality. We crop, alter, and manipulate the images of antiquity in pursuit of a personal system open to a public and a future. The muse is a turning figure, at once one's self and another, from which we research a reciprocity revealed in painting.