Maureen Quinn

My work examines intimate encounters within architectural spaces - strange moments that reside between comfort and unease. My use of line is significant to the role of time and memory, as its presence provides a sense of stability and order, yet occasionally breaks down and fails. As the distinctions between disorder and control begin to blur, the experience and specificity of a particular space also becomes unclear. These are moments of transition, filled with uneasy stillness and numbness, all at once creating a sympathetic separateness between the communal and individual experience.