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Liquid Archives 15-18 / Now Don't You Feel Young Envelopes colored with iron oxide, turmeric powder and coffee. Objects with photographic prints in resin and iron oxide. Last picture: letter from the Mayme C. Netherland Collection, Oakland public library / African American Museum and Library. This letter (in the last picture) has kept fascinating me throughout my stay here in Oakland. Among the documents I’ve looked at while studying local history in library archives, I got especially drawn to this one. The letter gave me such a strong sense of intimacy, breathing a sense of presence as well as nostalgia. While this document gave me such a strong sense of hereness, almost erasing the 72 years passed since Mayme sat down in her robe to write this letter, it also gave me a feeling of loss. Most evidentiary is the fact the information and context of historical significance lost. As fascinating as Mayme’s heritage and history is, it’s sparsely documented. **** Oakland is a city that is rapidly changing, heavily affected by gentrification. Setting foot here feels, partially, like becoming a part of that process, however temporarily. A gentrified city becomes an uprooted city, its origins fragmented into layers of signs and symbols emptied of meaning (in some cases, literal signs, such as when local storeowners forced out due to increased rents, find their old signs recycled by new businesses with little or no connection to the community that the previous business was an important part of). My insecurity about how to deal with that is perhaps reflected in the works I have produced here. **** Mayme (Mary) C. Netherland (1877-1973) was born to Oscar Thomas Jackson and Mary Ellen Jackson (née Scott) in Oakland, California. Her maternal grandfather, John Scott (1815-1916), was born a slave in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia. At the age of 23, he escaped and helped other slaves escape along the Underground Railroad. After two years of freedom, Scott was caught and sold to the U.S. Army. Scott escaped again and fled to California in 1859, where he married and had three children, one of whom was Mayme Netherland’s mother.

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Liquid Archives 9 – 14, 2019 Envelopes with objects in plaster, resin, iron oxide, photographic print

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Liquid Archives XI, 2019 Iron oxide in resin pour

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Liquid Archives X, 2019 Envelope with object in plaster

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Liquid Archives 9, 2019 Envelope with object in black porcelain clay

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Liquid Archives II – VII, 2019 Envelopes colored with iron oxide, turmeric powder and coffee. Objects in porcelain clay and resin.

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Now Don’t You Feel Young / Liquid Archives Experiments with plaster and copies of archival finds embedded in glue

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The Archive, 2018 Binders in molding latex, dimensions app. 23 cm x 32 cm x 25 cm

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Rejects Installation with book pile and silicon, 2018

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Managerial Values, 2017 Latex on postcard, dimensions app. B35 cm x H40 cm

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Human Resources

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Arkivet, 2017. Upp- och nedvända pärmar ingjutna i gips, mått ca 23 cm x 32 cm x 25 cm

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Namn och funktion / Name and Function, namnbrickor ingjutna i gips, 2017

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Onsdagen den 2 augusti 2017, Imorgon kommer någonting underbart att hända, torsdagen den 3 augusti 2017, fredagen den 4 augusti 2017.

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Välkomna till ______________ ____dagen den _____ 19__ kl ____

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Regleringar och gränsdragningar / Regulations and Limitations. Draft for video work, July 2017

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Jag vill begära ut en handling / I Wish to Request a Record. Binder in plaster, dimensions app. 30 cm x 40 cm x 1,5 cm, 2017

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Work in progress, video, juli 2017

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Måndag, tisdag, onsdag, torsdag, fredag. DN en vecka i juli, beskurna och ingjutna i gips

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Sommarateljé i Kärrboda, Frövi

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