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PFHT Meeting Transcript March 25
Upcoming shows include a new series of Tarp Quilts at Modern Domestic in August 2015 and a TBD show of new work at Belmont Stumptown in November 2015.
A 1,000-pound bathtub I made out of soap. (2013).
"Privacy Fence," a flag I made out of hundreds of spray-painted cups stuck in a fence. (2013)
"Core Samples / Sand Containment Devices," sand in glass pipes with handmade wood plugs (2013).
"Mount Gum and Cat," a mountain of algae sourced from the great lakes in the skirt of my dress over the course of a day.
Installing copper leaf for, "Frantic Efforts to Avoid Real or Imagined Abandonment," (2013).
Analog slide of one of my mother's lovers and me as a child from, "Frantic Efforts to Avoid Real or Imagined Abandonment" (2013).
The last names of everyone I've ever had a crush on from preschool to present in "Frantic Efforts to Avoid Real or Imagined Abandonment" (2013)
"Study of a Busy Room," India Ink commission for Cheryl Fish (2012).
The blank slates before our painting factory opened at the beginning of "Production & Reproduction" (2012)
One piece from "The Bedroom Series" (2012)
My "Childhood Self Doll," which was created over several months of art therapy sessions with Joanna Miller-Vogl (2011)
"Horsehair Dress," made with horsehair and cat gut (2011)
"Colonial Interior," my favorite large-scale India Ink piece (2010).
Detail of a pin-poke piece I did of the rumpled bedding where my mom was found dead (2011)
Process image of my performance-based piece, "Sorting Things Out," wherein I shredded all my childhood photos and sorted out the pieces by color (2012)
A piece from an unfinished series called "Ashes to Ashes" wherein I burnt important documents I'd been hoarding and painted with them (2011)
"Great Expectations / A Grand Entrance," about some crazy bad stuff that happened at an abandoned insane asylum in La Grande (2008)
"Rhinestone Towel," a funny piece with my mothers earrings on a crappy old jail-burg towel, (2012)
Ross Farrier pointing to something in a self-portrait of me as a kid at this wiccan "witch camp" my mom took me to against my will (2010).
Detail of shredded childhood photos from "Sorting Things Out" (2012).
I built a 1/2-sized model of my childhood home for this huge installation called "1751 Easy Street: For Sale by Owner," (2011)
Detail of a pin-poke drawing of my childhood living room after we cleared it of my mother's floor-to-ceiling hoard (2012).
Me performing "I Know You Are, But What Am I," a participatory project where I wrote horrible things with sand on double-sided tape (2011).
"Plantation Livingroom," which is my unknown-to-me father's mother's living room. Just notices the table only has two legs! (2010)
Pin-poke portraits of a bunch of girls I was paranoid my then-boyfriend was interested in (2011)
"Mount Gum" was a person-tall mountain I made of Algae to represent just how much a pile of poop I felt like on the inside (2011)
"Pioneer Graveyard," the piece I started working on the morning of the day I later found out my mom was dead. Don't usually paint graveyards, kinda weird. (2010)
"Cooked Book," is an old diary I put in the oven to see what would happen (2012).
A credenza I designed and the painting that started me painting again after 10 years (2008).
"Guardrail," a liquid graphite piece about a dam I almost threw myself over as a suicidal child (2009)
Some nutty sculpture that was supposed to be about alcoholism, but kinda failed (2012)
A materials study of sand and glue (2011)
"We Sometimes Turn These Out At Night," a charcoal on vellum layered piece about how when I'm feeling crazy streetlights start going off all around me (2010)
Video still from, "Sticks and Stones," a piece where I read all the worst things I'd ever heard about myself (2010).
"Girabaldi," is Bingo ink on wrapping paper and it's about an ectopic pregnancy that almost killed me and did kill my relationship (2008)
"Neon Duct-Tape Rope Chain," is pretty much what it sounds like except it looks ceramic in real life and makes a great dog toy (2011)
Installation view of "I Know You Are But What Am I?" (2011)
"Diving Platform," a two-layered vellum and walnut ink piece about my great grandparents house in Elmira (2010)
Installation image of "I Knew You Pt. 1: Dear James," where I hung 20+ years of my mother's letters to her lover as he was in and out of prison for drug charges (2010)
"Law and Order Keeps me Sober," a painting I assume must be about that time my grandparents called the cops because I was being touched (2009)
"Flip and Focus," an installation of all my old press notebooks hung out to dry (2002)
"Iowa, Revisited," a painting about letting go of love (2009)
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