ZOË FITZPATRICK ROGERS



︎   the bridge is the border
︎   upper lower bay 
︎   traces
︎   scope
︎   mask      
︎   votive 
︎   wound
︎   mediated memory


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the bridge is the border


Installation Plan at the Verrazano Bridge
Graphite on Paper

Creatures living in the Upper and Lower Bays are simultaneously bordered and are able to move beyond the policies placed on them, reflecting environmental damage in relationship to harming humans health through policy discourse. This work visualizes current public health policies at the border point for changes in exposure limits. 


Left: Map
          Red Clay, Oyster Shell, Iron Oxide on Paper

Above: Research Wall (Process)

Below: Calendar
          Ultramarine Blue, Ultramarine Violet,            
               Cadmium Orange,
               Synthetic Iron Oxide,
               Gum Arabic on Newsprint





Body Clock
         Ultramarine Blue, Ultramarine Violet,           
              Cadmium Orange,
              Synthetic Iron Oxide,
              Gum Arabic on Canvas

         Steel
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