But maybe I dreamt it
Someone I used to know
The weeds grow tall in the space between
And when it ends, hopefully we wont know it is over
The distance between here and there
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Dawn-Marie Mak << >>

For Dawn-Marie Mak (USA 1979) memory doesn’t consist of moments frozen in the past, but of rather floating images, we are constantly editing, changing and distorting.

 

Mak received a BFA from the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague in 2015 and has since exhibited in various locations around the Netherlands.

 

Her past rematerializes itself in dreamy drawings, paintings and poetry. Each, like a diary entry – incomplete, momentary, personal and reflective. They suggest that any truth about memory and the past cannot be determined through reason and logic, but by intuition and perception. Her work is a collection of these ever-changing fragments.

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