Self-Storage by Beverly Peterson, at TSL in Hudson

A room with many pieces of cardboard

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Chaos, Video projection mapping and AI animation splash around large and small white cardboard boxes; these display facets of the memories and experiences that are hard to relinquish.

Artist Beverly Peterson has been squirreling away the components of Self-Storage in her studio over several years—collecting, modifying, situating, upending, and repositioning things, paintings, photographs, video, and film. She describes this work as a “deeply personal, emotional, and immersive experience that invites visitors to reflect on their own memories as they explore a dreamlike environment.” It is that, but that’s like describing a particular person as an “ambulating biped with hair.” There’s more.

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