My work is about the crossing of consumer culture with the deeper human instincts of value, care, intimacy, and play. Utilizing the framework of assemblage, I look for traces of objects within the shapes of body parts and discarded product packaging. My mold-blown glass sculptures are created from plaster casts of the body and vacuum-formed plastic toy and product packaging. The pieces reference the doubling of time and identity, drawing on my experience as mother and daughter.
(curator Kaylan Buteyn of Artist/Mother Podcast, co-curator Benz Amataya of Dear Artists Project)
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