Hudson D. Walker Gallery, Fine Arts Work Center, Massachusetts, USA



This installation was a part of a solo exhibition titled ‘Paperwork’.

Paper for recycling, such as used photocopy paper and old magazines, was collected from the community and cut into small disks. Then they were strung together with a thin wire. The ‘line’, showing the variety in colours of paper, traveled through the gallery (from a window to a door), carrying information on each paper disk although they cannot be viewed.

After the show, the paper used for the piece was collected to be recycled.












Two pages from magazines on the wall are both showing stories of Presidents of USA (one a few decades prior to the other). Left-side paper weighs 0.115 ounces and right 0.035 before I cut out the circle.