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D.E. May


I suppose I have always been drawn to the non archival. The work I do may not be here forever, but it will probably see us out. In the truest moments, I don't look at the work as something I made. I see it as something that has been here all along.

I am concerned with time and temperature and tars and resins and climates. And Regions. Stains. The color of glue. Random marks of a traveled space. The role of water. Then, there are times I look down at the worktable, and I would just like to remove history.