Sculpture

“Dripping fat onto the lawn”

Thinking about queering architecture and queer formalism as well as corduroy as a time capsule.    

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“Dripping fat onto the lawn”

Thinking about queering architecture and queer formalism as well as corduroy as a time capsule.    

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Saturate

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Saturate

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Kudzu

“Kudzu” looks at the blanketing and burying effect that suburbia can have on social change. Inspired by the kudzu that blankets parts of Richmond, VA and other areas of the south east. Kudzu, native to Japan,  was introduced at a

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Kudzu

“Kudzu” looks at the blanketing and burying effect that suburbia can have on social change. Inspired by the kudzu that blankets parts of Richmond, VA and other areas of the south east. Kudzu, native to Japan,  was introduced at a

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Hipped

“Hipped” is thinking about second wave feminism and the conversation about what feminism is today. Should we label ourselves feminist?          

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Hipped

“Hipped” is thinking about second wave feminism and the conversation about what feminism is today. Should we label ourselves feminist?          

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Flesh Revisited

I took “Flesh” and put it into an outdoor space to let the wax melt and change.

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Flesh Revisited

I took “Flesh” and put it into an outdoor space to let the wax melt and change.

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10 lbs of Ticky Tacky

“10 lbs of Ticky Tacky” is a second exploration into sculpture and the different ways that I can express the push and pull of identity and confining gender roles. The wax is present again and I am finding it a

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10 lbs of Ticky Tacky

“10 lbs of Ticky Tacky” is a second exploration into sculpture and the different ways that I can express the push and pull of identity and confining gender roles. The wax is present again and I am finding it a

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Flesh

“Flesh” is a movement from 2-D work into the realm of 3-D as a way to explore the different ways that my concepts of gender roles in middle class suburbia can be transformed and developed. The soft, warm, inner layer

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Flesh

“Flesh” is a movement from 2-D work into the realm of 3-D as a way to explore the different ways that my concepts of gender roles in middle class suburbia can be transformed and developed. The soft, warm, inner layer

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