Inkling No. 1

Inklings (2018)

Born from experimentation with my approach to portraiture, I limited myself to three basic colors and ink — forcing a re-adjustment of my collage gestures that had become muscle memory. What emerged is a different kind of narrative that while speaking to the female perspective also questions what it means to be obliterated, obscured, marked and in some instances, how turning our backs to the audience can raise questions about who we are and how we are seen; even when we are not looking/engaging we are still on display.

Inkling No. 1

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