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The process of art is meticulous, becoming richer in layers as time passes. When art and the body come together, they immediately magnify an existence long before assemblage. I want to question predetermined existence through the use of found material. How the use of appropriation in art-making challenges patterns and creates a moment of change.
Objects exist only from years of meditation, but we can quickly reconsider their function through intentionality. I’m specifically focusing on relearning form, shape, and color after crossing the gender divide. How the ability to assert inclusion in time and space is symbolized by the transformation of objects.
My materials are collected through this lens and everyday collaboration between environment & self. How can design create a celebration of liberal individuality.
KRISTEN REEVES, CHRIS LAVERY, SARAH MARTIN
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Carlson, Kora, "RECONSIDER THEN INFORM AFTER BREAKING DOWN" (2018). Professional Practices (ART 399). 55.