This is a limited-edition book created in conjunction with my re-enactment of On Kawara’s I Went. It features prints of the maps I drew on the first day of every month - 13 maps in total (because I traveled between two locations on one of the days). Each map is printed with a red line showing the path I traced that day and hand-stamped with the date. Locations include New York City, Berlin, Montreal, Miami, and Amherst, MA.
"Non-visibility does not stop Hindus from believing in the existence of Saraswati. Just as the multiple horizons on one side of this book are present independently of the acknowledgment of the viewer looking at the photographs on the other side." -Nandita Raman
HOMEMADE portrays a collection of twenty-four homemade 8mm pornographic movies, thought to have been created in Southern California, in the late 1960s. The film reels for each movie are encapsulated in an envelope or series of envelopes and accompanied by a brief textual description, both of which are original to the collection.
The collection of movies are presented as a series of photographs of the envelopes that contain them, coupled with scans of their original descriptions.
The actual footage is withheld, using the text and minimal presentation to spark viewers’ imaginations. While representational of pornographic ideas, the work withholds pornographic realities, in exchange for pornographic fantasies.