Joey Hartmann-Dow collaborates with maps to make connections between humans, the earth, and each other. She spends most of her time making things or thinking about making things, or trying to manifest a version of millennial hope for our planet. Joey lives in New Orleans, LA, which is Choctaw land. Find more of her work at www.usandweart.com
THE ARTIST ON MUSCLE MEMORY
Maybe the earth remembers each heavy push of water through valleys, or deep, stormy sighs through trees. Or the face of a cliff, even as it ages. If not, I guess it comes naturally.
& ON WHAT IT MEANS TO BE KALEIDOSCOPED
To be understood at once as countless pieces, and as a whole thing.