Aerial views, brain circuitry, weather patterns, lost memories.........all of these narratives can be found in the intricate meanderings and devious spaces of the Tangled Mapping series. Some evoke being lost in a big city, others feel like the brain trying to recall a distant memory or translate a twisted knot of thoughts into something coherent; still others evoke the ecotones of climate change. The "change in the weather" sub series came about as Fisher started to see the cascading paint as movement of micro-climates, water, ice and heat in the tangled atmospheres.
All of these images presage the future while already being present in our consciousness, through communal memory or our own forgotten thoughts, dreams and early life experiences. We intuit memories of what is yet to pass. The challenge is to heed our intuition and try to navigate the labyrinth, both within ourselves and out in the world.
After the Flood depicts the chaos following a major climate event - debris and organic matter fighting to survive amid the rubble and uprooted ecosystems. At the edges, simple botanical forms begin to appear.