Liminality

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Liminality

You’ve been in this space before.

Liminality was first used to describe rites of passage where the participants “stand at the threshold” between their previous self and a new self. Any significant change happens in three stages: event or moment, transition, outcome.

Liminality is the heart of that transition stage. Uncertainty. Ambiguity. Disorientation. Where you have left where you were, but haven’t yet arrived where you will be.

You’ve been in this space before.

This work is a transition for me. My mother passed away about a year ago. She’s an influence on every piece. Every piece is also about transition and change. Moon, tides, fire, clouds. The physical works are designed as transitions themselves, seen differently based on your perspective. This work provides passage into the liminal space.