“The unconscious is the true psychical reality, in its innermost nature it is as much unknown to us as the reality of the external world.”
Sigmund Freud

jennifer liston munson

My work links public and private spaces to define invisible histories of loss, absence, and the desire for a time and place to belong. Hazy, blurred, tonal images favor the periphery to offer abstract surfaces over photos that record architecture and the landscape as places of witness. Hand-applied marks and stripes of color draw from my roots in the textile tradition, Islamic architecture, and Modernism to acknowledge the importance of material transformation to create intimate exchanges between the maker to the viewer.