Posts Tagged: genitals

Come see the Knit Skeleton! Sept 13th 4-6pm @ Craft in America Center

  You’re invited! Come see the knit skeleton in person… When: Saturday, September 13th, 4-6pm Where: The Craft in America Center, 8415 W. 3rd St. Los Angeles, CA 90048 What: Body Conscious—a group show featuring Southern California artists’ work about

Come see the Knit Skeleton! Sept 13th 4-6pm @ Craft in America Center

  You’re invited! Come see the knit skeleton in person… When: Saturday, September 13th, 4-6pm Where: The Craft in America Center, 8415 W. 3rd St. Los Angeles, CA 90048 What: Body Conscious—a group show featuring Southern California artists’ work about

Cunt Envy

I’m excited to share my latest work, “Cunt Envy”, the first in my series of #Tweetables. My #Tweetables are an ongoing series of knit text-panels featuring 140 characters or less. Using the aesthetics of online memes, these works contain ideas

Cunt Envy

I’m excited to share my latest work, “Cunt Envy”, the first in my series of #Tweetables. My #Tweetables are an ongoing series of knit text-panels featuring 140 characters or less. Using the aesthetics of online memes, these works contain ideas

Duality #1: Masculine/Feminine

Duality #1: Masculine/Feminine can be seen as a visual model of how gender expression and identity function in relation to one another. Notions of an ideal male, wholly masculine, or of an ideal female, wholly feminine, are as unrealistic as the mannequins used for this piece. These ideals function as both poles and placeholders, useful and problematic. The knit patchwork unites these forms and places a more nuanced and holistic model of gender onto the rigid binary.

Duality #1: Masculine/Feminine

Duality #1: Masculine/Feminine can be seen as a visual model of how gender expression and identity function in relation to one another. Notions of an ideal male, wholly masculine, or of an ideal female, wholly feminine, are as unrealistic as the mannequins used for this piece. These ideals function as both poles and placeholders, useful and problematic. The knit patchwork unites these forms and places a more nuanced and holistic model of gender onto the rigid binary.

L.A. Exhibition at Knit Culture Studio!

I’m thrilled to announce that I’ll be having my first Los Angeles exhibition of the knit skeleton! A new iteration of Transcending the Material will be on display at Knit Culture Studio. Come join us for the opening reception Thursday,

L.A. Exhibition at Knit Culture Studio!

I’m thrilled to announce that I’ll be having my first Los Angeles exhibition of the knit skeleton! A new iteration of Transcending the Material will be on display at Knit Culture Studio. Come join us for the opening reception Thursday,

Tasting Cultures: The Arts of Latino Foodways

If you’re in Milwaukee between now and July, come check out Tasting Cultures at the Latino Arts Gallery, where my piece, Transcending the Material is on display. This is your chance to see the knit skeleton in person! March 4 – July

Tasting Cultures: The Arts of Latino Foodways

If you’re in Milwaukee between now and July, come check out Tasting Cultures at the Latino Arts Gallery, where my piece, Transcending the Material is on display. This is your chance to see the knit skeleton in person! March 4 – July

Transcending the Material

These photos document “Transcending the Material”, a mixed media piece that I created and installed while in residence at the Wassaic Project (an arts collective and residency program located in New York state). The piece was exhibited at the Wassaic

Transcending the Material

These photos document “Transcending the Material”, a mixed media piece that I created and installed while in residence at the Wassaic Project (an arts collective and residency program located in New York state). The piece was exhibited at the Wassaic