Over the course of his residency, Cronin kept a journal of his sketches and found clippings. Regularly taking walks in the village, Cronin would collect discarded paper and materials, always searching for vibrant hues. As trash is found littered across the ground of the walkways, picking up scraps served both as a strategy for scavenging materials as well as an environmental gesture for sustainability. Upon arrival back at his studio in New York, he created a series of prints from his journals to document his experiences.
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