"Fiona Connor brought to Los Angeles from New Zealand the heartfelt attachment to a sense of equality, a better word for democracy. Her art is a tribute to gestures and habits of social passing on that are not destined to last, or to be considered worthy of attention. Those moments and objects that slip through our fingers like water, like time. Small memorials of the living that nobody loves, just useful, they don't count. "There is an ethics -she tells me- in renewing and reflecting people's notice of common needs, to pay a tribute to ephemeral moments." As most of life is."
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