This series of monumental paintings delved into the transference of memories and sensations between bodies and objects while dying, after death or after organ transplant.
Microscopic View of Broken China
Chipped tea cups presage a peaceful midnight stroke and subsequent estate sale.
Microscopic View of Broken China, 2.5 x 6.1 m (8 x 20 ft), 1999
Robert McLaughlin Art Gallery collection, Oshawa.
Microscopic View of Memory Transplant
The warp and weft of viscera produce a humanoid tartan for unusual museum displays.
Microscopic View of Memory Transplant, 2.5 x 6.1 m (8 x 20 ft), 1998 University of Manitoba School of Art Gallery collection
Microscopic View of The Telephone Call
Intestinal distress can be alleviated by reducing pre-mourning communication channels to one.
Microscopic View of the Sea of Heartbreak
New livers often implant lovely recollections of swimming in forests of nereocystis.
gouache on paper, 2.4 x 6.1 m (8 x 20 ft), 2001 University of Manitoba School of Art Gallery collection
Image from documentary film shoot 2017 – School of Art Gallery, Winnipeg.
(On the left is Twilight Navigation, gouache on paper, 2.4 x 6.1 m (8 x 20 ft), 1993.)
Photographer: Robert Barrow