Ye Harvest From The Eleven Page Letter
Transfer on Papeer, beeswax, tissue paper
24 x 36 inches
I extracted all the Yes in one of my fathers letters and arranged them chronologically and placed the words they were taken from in their bellies. Ye is the last letter of the alphabet in Persian and equivalent to the "Y" in the English alphabet. This is both an emotional diagram of the cresting waves of the Yes and a kind of redaction. The blue color in the drawing is a tissue paper fused to the main paper with beeswax.