Something/Anything by Alexandra Busgang
Alexandra Busgang: The Anthropologie of Water: Slippage, 2012
Alexandra Busgang; The House, 2012.
Alexandra Busgang, Photographs of photographs of things, 2012.
The wind that scoops your neck
and ties around your ankles.
It is so much bigger
than this room,
the air mouthing the words.
A horizon of porcelain
curving around water
cold water that doesn’t shine
with the sparkle of the tap
where it leaks.
A room of unfamiliar ways.
The singing of rational songs
with rusted voices
of all different kinds of melodies
ringing through the reasons
singing their praises
and nailing their heads
further down through the skin.
A Line, from series “Geometries”
Perversely, from series “Geometries”
Blow, 2012; 8x10, Graphite on paper
Alexandra Busgang, Full Fathom Five, 2011; Bread board, black thread, needles, page 52 of James Joyce’s Ullysses
Alexandra Busgang, Imagination Machine II, 2011; Nails, vitrine, wire
The Point at Which the Skin Gathers, 2010; Film Stills