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Sarah Hobbs 
Indecisiveness 
1999 
  
Chromogenic print 
48 x 60 ins 
  
Provided by the artist - Sarah Hobbs 
 
LL/47819 
  
Indecisiveness I was trying to think about the simplest things we have a hard time making a decision about and was picking a color to paint my room. I was at Home Depot looking at paint swatches, and there you go. I knew the work had to be hyperbolic, over the top. I had a great space in my apartment in which to create the installation. I finished putting up the swatches and realized that I needed something to represent a person (and therefore implicate the viewer). I grabbed a chair. From then on I knew that a presence would always have to be implied.
 
Source: From a lecture given by Sarah Hobbs at Augusta State University (29 September 2011) 
 

 
  
 
  
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