My work is engaged in discourses around feminism, labor and technological change. Embedded in the works are confluences of technique and meaning, craft and digital media, and everyday materials with fine art forms. The work is situated at the nexus of life and art, and walks a boundary between work and love. Labor and love act broadly as dual domains which sustain my interest in the ways a subject acts and is acted upon by intersecting social, economic, intimate, emotional and political forces. While some works describe the ways in which labor and love converge in personal and economic experience, others begin to search for meanings of love that may deviate from material, economic conditions to transform the terms of our intimate and collective relationships.
“Lu Heintz,” Artist Parent Index , accessed October 20, 2017, http://artistparentindex.com/items/show/111.
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