Transpositional story telling through furniture making . 11

A long term project I've embarked on over the past year involves combining literary and arcane traditions into a transpositional art-form. For the past few years I've been curating my own series of auto-biographical short stories while concurrently engaged in studies of the traditional, non-literate story telling traditions of First Nations. Confronted with the inevitable "publishing" dilemma all authors face at some point or another, and observing that the furniture making traditions I've curated throughout the years represent a transpositional form of story telling of its own, I concluded that the most sensible approach was to combine them together. The result is a series of furniture items (or "artifacts" as I refer to them) that contain processual reflections of past and present. It's an interpolation of knowledge, process and discourse analogous to Benjamin's dialectic inline_image.