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charcoal and pastel on live-edge panel
Using the language of scarcity and direct representation, my work uses objects to explore the subtle tensions of my own place in society as a woman an artist. When We Are Uncomfortable..., is a very direct and painful work for me. In it I am reconciling the tension of loving a country that is actively curtailing my rights as a citizen. The blade of the sheers that vanishes is my voice, our voice, as women. While the other blade is rust, shadow, sharp focus, and a brutal reminder of the past/present state of women's choices. Hung together in a ripped length if heirloom white cotton, the sheers are supported by the women in white who have come before and we who will bind the wounds of those who follow after.