Dashboard & Horses, Relief & Monotype, 75x52.5 cm
He or she is transported into dry warm atmospheres, then showered with moisture at the journey's end. Along the way, the chaos of conflicting signs, the smell of exhaust, the sweet aroma of grass, the urgency of the act of moving through and across, compels attention and triggers empathetic response. Here "everywhere is the same but somehow different," and the things which in real life occupy a particular place are dislodged in order to freely associate and re-associate as memories of places (and phenomena) do after the fact.
Ann Rosenberg, Road Stories Catalogue, 1997