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Sarah Rosalena
Sarah Rosalena
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Sarah Rosalena
Sarah Rosalena
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Exit Grid, 2023

hand-dyed wool, cotton yarn

52 x 41 inches

photo: Ruben Diaz

Exit Grid Spectra, 2023

hand-dyed wool, cotton yarn

72 x 41 inches

photo © Museum Associates/LACMA

photo credit: Ian Byers-Gamber

Exit Grid Paper, 2023

paper yarn, cotton yarn

64 x 41 inches

photo © Museum Associates/LACMA

photo credit: Ian Byers-Gamber

In both works, black dead pixels dissolve the boundaries of the computerized grid in handwoven noise. Here, works demonstrate anti-borders that unravel lines and edges to become borderless and cannot resolve into measurable edges. 

Exit Grid uses hand-dyed wool in a synthetic pixelated (RGB) palette that blends into one another, crossing each grid line, disintegrating defined color boundaries, and overtaking the grid entirely. 

Exit Grid Paper draws on the material of early computing, such as logbooks, punchcards, and graph paper. Unwoven paper loops are revealed behind large black glitches that break up the grid lines. 

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