Wood Grain Lick

Dylan Hausthor

2016 - Ongoing

Vermont, United States; Maine, United States; Iceland

Humans wandering the threshold between unapologetic existence and an abyss of lunacy find their camp amongst washed out gutters, crinkly beauty pageants and ceremonies performed for nothing and nobody. It's a mythic, hairless underbelly of a place where the echo of Christian talk radio is muffled by an incessant rubbing of fir needles.

Wood Grain Lick manipulates a landscape that is simultaneously autobiographical, documentary, and fictional– a weaving of myth and symbol in order to examine the chaos of storytelling.

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  • Michael

  • My Finger Joints Are Too Cold

  • Shedding

  • Inbred, Again

  • Moot Moon

  • Frost Heaves

  • Burning

  • Death Cap

  • I Live At The End Of This Road

  • Water To Wine

  • God's Acres

  • Burning Brook

  • Wednesday

  • Farmer

  • Dead Men, Look At Me

  • Michelle

  • Blinking

  • Barn

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