This piece explores the relationship between movement and time. The value of how time is spent and how things change over time. Each page was creased, rolled, and flushed out in conversation with the next. Wailing and whooshing. It is possible that some of these exchanges will change over time as the piece travels and ages. There is no beginning and the route is undefined. The pages are left in their rawest form because the dialogue between them tells their story. It is time in.
Erikka Electra James is a native New Yorker with a BA in Art History from Amherst College. Erikka is currently the Director of Leadership and Global Initiatives at The Lower Eastside Girls Club of New York, where she directs programming and special events for young women with an emphasis on social justice, art, and activism.