A shadow is always second, in reference to, always pointing.
The light changes. A different shape, a different form. It’s moving, not still.
So what pushed you to place that there? Who said where to look?
No one meant for that_______to cast a shadow, but it did, and you saw it, and it formed an image like this.
Heather McKenna (b. 1991, Santa Cruz, CA) lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. She studied fine arts at the Pratt Institute and the Glasgow School of Art, receiving her BFA in 2013.
Recent exhibitions include A Line From Here to There with Nothing In Between at Three Four Three Four (Brooklyn, NY), The Relatedness of Parts at Java Projects (Brooklyn, NY), Gate E and Surface Matters at Muscle Beach (Portland, OR), Will You at Pratt Institute (Brooklyn, NY), and If You Give Him a Flower, He’d Keep it Forever at Zax (Queens, NY). This will be her third solo exhibition in New York.