Category Archives: Art Work

Daughter’s Disease March-April 2014

This piece questions how trauma is passed on through generations, and written on the body through an exploration of secrets, hysteria, and family expectations.

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NAKED LADIES: a play

NAKED LADIES is that moment where someone tells you that women are naturally secretive. It’s the moment they say, “Women take off their clothes to forget about their fathers”. It’s locked in the skin: intimate. It asks what are we … Continue reading

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Sweater Series: June 2013

What happens to the body when it experiences loss? How does the body seek comfort in things and navigate a space of absence? And further, what happens when objects of comfort are simultaneous objects of loss? These questions are at … Continue reading

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Needle Piece: October 2013

Historically, tailors and seamstresses have always been divided. Tailors are tradesmen. Their unions are documented historically and respected. Tailoring is art. Seamstresses on the other hand are synonymous historically with prostitutes. They are not paid enough to live, so it is … Continue reading

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