An installation of 100 hand painted bras, donated by women. The installation, performances and sculpture commemorated the 100-year anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment, giving women the right to vote in the United States.
An installation of community collected plastic, fake and real US currency, ostrich and guinea fowl feathers and porcupine quills from South Africa. Responding to consumer habits of over consumption, fueled by corporate and individual greed - resulting in mass pollution and contamination of our oceans.
An installation and performance in 5 phases.
Looking at femininity and domesticity, the repetitive cycle of chaos, containment and order within the domestic setting, and the role of the “domestic goddess”.
Inspired by the site of Agamemnon’s grave in Mycenae Greece, Grave Circle B is an installation of Cycladic influenced sculptures, stones, hand painted clothing and a metronome taking a closer look at relationships and time.