When my mother died, I was struck by the idea that all the marks she had ever made would be all the marks she'd ever make. The few letters I had from her, banal as they were, suddenly took on a precious significance. In Postmark, I used my mother's handwriting as the material with which to create new objects and impossible documents.

Letter From My Mother, Written One Year After Her Death  

I Miss You (Lamp)  

Letter, Punctuation Only (1)  

Letter, Punctuation Only (2)  

Period from the sentence "I'm feeling much better."  

Period from the sentence "This article from our paper clears up the yogurt culture discussion we had."  

Period from the sentence "Here's the new credit card."