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Flagged (detail)
Flagged (detail)
ink and wax on rice paper on board
114cm x 46cm x 1cm

Flagging tape is frequently used in the natural landscape to identify, navigate, communicate, reserve and plan. Flagging tape can also represent conflicting choices. Sometimes trees are marked for protection, others earmarked for roadside clearing or as a fire boundary, identification as something special nearby, for many reasons… Flagging tape can conjure many emotions for the viewer.