Green's father built houses, so he was often exposed to the "layering of skin on skeleton" as he witnessed the building in process. In his own renovation work, Green remembers how a fragment of wallpaper held memories of past occupants. His tile sculptures evoke the depths of time. Molded low relief curves and revealed matt terra cotta are submerged in watery glazes. Receding black spaces form an arabesque of windows gazing into a furtive interior. Edges are chipped and raw, their unfinished and imperfect borders signifying ruin, vestiges of a larger structure, rescued but incomplete.
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