SNAP

by Morgan Brill

I am that cottonous calico dream just leaving you;
Rolling wheat fields, Sunday dinner,
kids on fast bikes in the twilight to corner stores
picking up milk for mom.
Oh but touch me, bend me,
change me, split me open;
I’m so much more,
underneath.

A muted cotton patchwork quilt that splits to reveal shocking ribbons of neon nylon infrastructure, indicating how to properly fold the object.

Cotton, nylon, silk and polyester thread
60” L x 50” W / 152cm L x 127cm W

 
Morgan Brill

BFA: Visual Communication Design, 2013

Morgan Brill engages research-based conceptual design—from graphics to critical theory to objects—in her endeavor to shift and vivify our relationships with familiar visual matter and cultural conventions. Morgan was raised in New York City.

www.morganbrill.com