An accumulation of charcoal drawings fills the width of the barn and the loft above--On the first level, corn appears as if in motion, as though fresh tossed to the barn after harvest, while the upper loft is stacked in preparation for hard frost forthcoming. Drawings conjure now absent corn and provide fresh residue through which we experience this historic site in the present.
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