A work that uses installation of found objects, textiles of the past, and embodied childhood experiences to shed light on moments of growth.
This work uses plaster, egg shells, chicken wire, fabric, and three embodied female experiences to shed light on moments of growth within the fraternal factory.
30” x 18” x 13”
Take the long way into town along the water.
Listen to the waves. Breathe in the ocean air. Taste the salt.
Set your piggies free.
Admire the wave dancing within the driftwood designs.
Note the discarded plastic picnic.
Pick up the fishing line that washes ashore.
Take a moment.
Swim in the sea of injustices.
Admit that she will have the last word.
This work uses found objects, tourist textiles, and legend to shed light on environmental justice within an ecotourism site.