summer 2013 – spring 2014

FAULT LINES is a performative installation of family and power dynamics gone horribly awry.  Through autobiographical text, performance, and handmade book arts objects I trigger viewers’ memories of their own similar experiences or expose them to a new type of family dynamic than what they have felt in their own lives.  Whether encountering the work performatively, or mining the detritus of the installation, I invite viewers and participants to travel through time with me forging connections and finding our own power.

**video documentation available upon request

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One thought on “FAULT LINES

  1. Terrific slide show. I’m linking to it in a guest blog about making a reading real, which uses Isadora Duncan dancing in the salons of Paris as a model for bringing art and life together, which you did so well in “Fault Lines.”

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