Admit One: Texas Court of Appeals, 2012
MATERIALS: Ink, color pencil, and graphite on paper.
The Admit One drawings develop the idea of the constitutive body. On a graphite drawing that resembles an architectural blueprint of Texas Court of Appeals, small, tightly ordered stamps 'Admit One' stand in for seated bodies. This proposal for an alternative site of political exchange admits that while inclusion is sanctioned, the empty stage invites possibilities for a wide variety of public address and that audience always outnumbers the speaker on stage.