Four doors oriented as if they were four entrances to a square room. Weaving in and out of the door, creating an infinity symbol is a snake made of old wood siding and other detritus of a house that has collapsed. The wood becomes more decayed at the center of the symbol; the X. This section of the infinity symbol snake may contain many tiny porcelain bunnies.
Kerry Pharmer lives and works in High Falls NY. She studied art at The Maine College of Art and SUNY New Paltz. She has shown her work throughout the Hudson Valley region. Kerry initiated and curated the Newburgh Sculpture Project in 2004 to bring site specific art installations and visitors to the exceptionally beautiful but neglected areas of her home city. She is currently a part time art teacher and a graduate student at Pratt Institute.