Sara Fine-Wilson

My current body of work explores the idea and process of breaking things down and rebuilding them. It is a way for me to create history in visual form. Evidence of where things may have been connected through smudges, smears and stains indicate the passing of time. Material like wax, plaster, epoxy and construction adhesive are raw, oozy, chalky and refer to what lies under the surface of constructed forms. Part of my process of making this work was to crack, drop, and deconstruct various elements and use the resulting detritus as raw material which I then reassemble. I build off a core combining materials in a visual and directional flow. In this work I am interested in sculpturally mapping time and creating a sense of reach.
— Sara Fine-Wilson