This work was presented in a collaborative exhibition called Push/Pull at Waffle Frolic in Ithaca, NY. It was presented with work by Kevin Cruz.
We thought about the "American Dream" compared to the American response; about looking inward; about love as resistance. Currently, the text in these pieces are being rewritten for spoken word performance with cello accompaniment.
girl brushed red living in black and white
Chromogenic color prints, 17.5" x 17.5"
My relationship to this series (Girl Brushed Red Living in Black and White) is organizing hurt into boxes and frames and symbols, into this grid of experience. When I was making it, I thought I was working with memory and time and the female body, but I didn’t recognize that I was organizing pain.
food, crockery, cloth, found object, variable dimensions
coloring and design
oil pastel, ink, and acrylic, 60”x72”
Beginning to work at a larger scale is scary for me: I can fit inside my inner thoughts.
fabric and steel, 54”x60”x132”
between doing dishes
black and white silver gelatin prints,
grieving and healing prints
Welcome to the Neighborhood grieving cards™
woodcut print, inkjet print, 4.25" x 5.5."
For Brown Bleeders
handmade books, screenprints, vials of herbs, 1" x 5.5" x 9.5"