Invisible

Invisible

The Power of Invisibility in Art + Gender at The Harlow Gallery In Men Explain Things to Me author Rebecca Solnit describes going to a dinner at which she is lectured by the host, who she had just met, about a book that he had not yet read (although he had read the...
The Identity, History and Power of the personal.

The Identity, History and Power of the personal.

In 1996 I got punched in the face on the escalator of the 6 train at 51st St. As a woman rumbled past me, heading up the stairs she hooked my elbow – she turned and swung from above, with a closed fist covered with rings like brass knuckles. In an instant she cut the...
Respite (For Shirley), 2020

Respite (For Shirley), 2020

In the new year I had been thinking about the Victorians and their decoupage traditions…filling the void with sentiment and changing functionality into décor. I am interested in the way that they found the ability to combat subjugation with practice. My Mother died on...