This work investigates 21st century femininity through the relationship of domestic materials to the body. Gesture and object result in a series of meetings between the masculine and the feminine, organic and inorganic. Part personal narrative and part social commentary, the work slips between comfort and newness, tradition and surprise, flopping between the banal and iconic.
- Emily Keegin
This is amazing.
PAUL MARCUS FUOG
Documentation from We saw the reflected, inverted image of our own age up on the website here . The exhibition is up until June 1st and the light in the gallery is only getting better as spring continues to creep through the mountains.