2016.11.23 - 2016.11.27
Embodying Entanglement uses organic and inorganic materials to explore and convey entanglement as it relates to two key experiential foci - the aftermath of rape and multi-ethnicity.
Through performative action, materials such as thread, yarn, paper, eggshells, curry powder, flour, paint, chili powder, and hair activate the body while the body animates each material. The body of work seeks to develop processual methods for materializing internal entangled experiences of rape and race. Material engagements with the body reflect autobiographical narratives that depict entanglement and evaluate experience through process.
|Date||2016.11.23 - 2016.11.27|