“As an artist, my work merges imagination, memory and perception of my experiences into an abstract body. I have always tried to express emotions on a canvas, far enough to have the viewer feel what I was feeling. Over the years, I have found that it is easier to make a connection between the canvas and the beholder through abstract work.” Explore Madimenos’ work here.
Clare Gemima is a former New Zealand based practitioner who now works and resides in New York City. Negotiating methodologies that consider … Continue Reading Testing – Clare Gemima
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Hazel Thexton’s piece depicts modern women’s grooming products, as seen through the lens of a future society’s exhibit on archaic, restrictive beauty practices.
This piece was made as a memorialization of Beaumont’s past self, and our murdered and missing trans sisters, as well as a celebration of rebirth for her future self.
With “Makeup (Graffiti on Face),” Raheleh Salim represents the constrained and restricted atmosphere she experienced through self-portraiture.
“The dimly-lit, warm ambiance of Krulik’s Drag Me project invites you into the House of Laureen as a space of examination, confession, and revelation”
Oberhozer’s drawings and series of under-wears represent women’s right to decide when sexual intimacy is appropriate and desired.
“SHOWTIME! (to be said with an exclamatory voice while raising your hands in the air) & other moments” addresses the spectacle and hidden labours of theatre.
Alex Apostolidis challenges the power dynamic presented in pornography through their series “Consexual.”
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