" This work developed out of my interest in architectural context and the residue of memory that is left when the spectator recalls a space they have moved through or an artwork they are no longer in front of. The paintings that make up A catalog of its own content are small but numerous and due to their repetition, fill a large space. Leaning against the wall and held up by the floor, the paintings are built to fill the length of one wall. To view A catalog of its own content the spectator must step close, thereby losing view of the entire work, and thus holding part of the work in their memory to complete the conceptual experience of the work. "
Arabella Campbell