Oxana (from the scene Stage of Conscioussness), 2007, 75x93cm, Edition of 5, C-Print mounted on aluminum, based on a Polaroid. Part of the ongoing art-project 29 Palms, CA (www.twentyninepalms.ca) Actress: Radha Mitchell as Oxana
"Cutting" 12 " x 9 " 2012, Graphite and watercolor on paper. From the series "Everyday Balaclava" I've been thinking about activism lately. Public acts of defiant, feminist activism are wonderful. But I also think about the interstitial spaces/times between extraordinary acts. Can we be everyday activists? Is there a way of maintaining political ideals, or even of contributing to activist discourse while performing the ordinary activities of everyday life?
"I am seeking. I am striving. I am in it with all my heart." ~Vincent van Gogh
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