A gif of the exhibition title, Ambrosia, in Hoss Sharp with various glyphs and images shuffling and replacing random letters in the word.

D'Nia Shillingford

A glyph of a pencil.

Decorative Thoughts

Doodles are created when a mind wanders into a state between awareness and daydreaming. I believe that doodles are the language of the mind. We may doodle to help the time go by while in class, meetings, or just bored. Capturing a peek of what are conscience is wanting to say. However, we tend to disregard, forget, and mark doodles as irrelevant. I wanted to acknowledge doodles as the main focus and not just a means of distraction. By drawing doodles on pieces of furniture, I become completely vulnerable to the viewer.

An image of an octagon trash bin outside on a sunny day. The bin has two sides covered in orange and light orange doodles. The doodles are made up of abstract shapes, faces, and objects.
Handwritten signature from D'Nia Shillingford in red.