This new work is Fisher's first attempt at addressing publicly one of the main sources of his work, the memories of a childhood marked by medical conditions that deeply impacted his life and mental well-being. The crisscrossing of strings, the bulks of tangled, brightly colored masses of materials that hang like hallucinated ropes invoke the image of a scarred body. The dramatic lighting enhances the installation by creating areas of darkness that the viewer cannot visually and mentally access. The show's title is taken from Gwendolyn Brook's poem when you have forgotten Sunday: the love story, a poem of succinct, embodied nostalgia.
The exhibition is viewable 24/7 from the street.