Taking cues from the general structure of an artist sketchbook, Calendar questions the value of production and inspiration in the final work of art.
For the span of approximately one month, material ranging from original drawings to prints, photographs to found film stills, and short stories to personal family documents were layered on top of each other. Eventually the weight of all the material together became so heavy that the integrity of the piece as a whole was compromised. At this point the work was declared finished, precariously fastened to the wall by four tiny clips.
When exhibited, a stack of this poster was laid on the ground below the piece itself, free for visitors to take away. An accessible 'key' to a work that intentionally hides itself.