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JASON MILLER objets de mémoire

DIXON GALLERY AND GARDENS MAY 7 - JULY 23

MALLORY/WURTZBURGER GALLERIES SPONSORED BY SUZANNE AND NEELY MALLORY & MARY AND CHARLES WURTZBURGER

 

4339 Park Avenue Memphis, TN 38117 #discoverthedixon | dixon.org 






















 

Objects are sorts of time capsules, which could be likened to a memory card or hard drive that holds data. Each object links to a memory and triggers one to revisit a key moment experienced and shared in life, alone or with another person. The residue of our experiences remain fragmented throughout the objects with which we interact.

–Jason Nicholas Miller, MFA

Metal Yellow Bus 

This bus was given to me by my grandmother who I called Grandma Pie. I always enjoyed the weight of it as I held it in my hand when I was between the ages of four and five in 1985. Often I would carry it with me on rides in my parent's blue Oldsmobile from Memphis to Paris, TN to visit Garandma Pie. I would pretend to call her on a make-believe walkie talkie as we approached her home. The object is a symbol of travel and love of one’s family.



JASON MILLER objets de mémoire

DIXON GALLERY AND GARDENS MAY 7 - JULY 23

MALLORY/WURTZBURGER GALLERIES SPONSORED BY SUZANNE AND NEELY MALLORY & MARY AND CHARLES WURTZBURGER

 

4339 Park Avenue Memphis, TN 38117 #discoverthedixon | dixon.org 


 

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