A Slow Descent of a Paper Airplane (2011)  in BFA exit show "Anybody Everybody" at Des Lee Gallery in Saint Louis, MO

A Slow Descent of a Paper Airplane (2011)  in BFA exit show "Anybody Everybody" at Des Lee Gallery in Saint Louis, MO

A Slow Descent of a Paper Airplane (2011)  explores concepts of animation and perception. 

Inspired by Laura Mulvey's theory from her book Death 24x a Second. She writes about how in the Digital Age we have the new found ability to separate and expand frames originally hidden in a single second of footage, allowing "a closer look". Additionally, taking to heart, Calvino's argument for slowness in his book 6 Memos for the Next Millennium. 

Printmaking/Drawing BFA thesis project