As records of trivial, daily information habitual lists capture grocery needs, in the moment ideas, thoughts, phone numbers, and doodles.  Over time these lists begin to pile up and take on a life of their own, capturing stains, folds, and marks of use.  They become uncontrollable montages, documenting the happenings and occurrences that surround them.


Here, reevaluated and rematerialized, the Lists consider the subtle inferences between personal/cultural,

accident/intention, and art/life.