I visited Danielle Julian-Norton's show on its last day at Reeves Contemporary, so while it's no longer up, I still want to show you what I saw: An undulating wall of translucent bricks. Fragrant translucent bricks. Wait, they're not bricks at all. I know that scent. It's soap. A wall of 20,000 bars of honey-colored glycerine soap. Walking through that golden passageway was heady and kind of otherworldly. I emerged feeling, well, cleansed.
Above and in details below: Ambrosia, 2008, 20,000 bars of soap, 7' x 40' x 12'