Michael Crowder’s mixed-media sculptures explore the intersecting issues of history, memory, and the museum as history-maker.  Working with a variety of fragile and ephemeral materials—such as glass, sugar, paraffin, and ashes—he creates ghostly “art/ifacts” caught in an arrested state of dissolution, as they fade from actuality and linger only as memories.  Using strategies of museological display, these constructed histories examine the transitory moments where personal memory and collective history are made and lost...



  


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MICHAEL  CROWDER