About the artist

Augusta Wood’s text and limited edition are excerpts from her project I have only what I remember, which deals with the influence of architectural space and photographic images. Her process for this work involves arranging many slide projections throughout the interior of the empty modernist home in upstate New York that her grandparents built in 1955. The work uses the architecture, photographic remnants of childhood and family, and images of her grandparents’ ingenious but eclectic art collection to make a genealogical vision. The enormous slide archive Augusta is drawing from and adding to traces the role of art, architecture, photography, and memory on multiple levels.