A hand-knit wedding veil and wearable artist book about the Church and the female body.
A video walkthrough of the Biblical Lace installation.
A collaborative artist book consisting of nine different artist’s interpretations of the Yanomami mythology of the “banana man”.
A series of altered wedding photos.
Knitted lace with partial biblical directives accompanied by an experimental sound installation.
A heavy tome filled with medical exclusions extracted from employee health care policies offered by the Catholic church in the United States.
A hand-stitched wedding veil with the words “Father, Son & Holy Spirit” embroidered over the eyes and mouth.
The transformed image of a late 1800s Yugoslavian maiden into a modern day She-Wolf.
Wearable book, portable muse and miniature art collection consisting of self portraits all your favorite, female artists from the 12th – 20th century.
A lift-the-flap spoof on “Where’s Waldo” that explores death and memory.
A delicious contribution to the Edible Books Fair of 2010 at Columbia College Chicago.
A book about the simultaneous decay and preservation of both our loved ones and our memories of them.
Award-winning CTA train installation at the 2010 Art on Track festival.
An experiment into what happens to a narrative when the text is obscured.
A flag book comprised of densely fused, encaustic-handmade paper laminations.
The fusion of encaustic and hand papermaking is used to explore the idea of the “hidden”.
A digital “book” that explores the artist's self image.
A handmade artist book filled with Croatian recipes, which shed light on the life of the owner.
A series which asks questions about the cultural rituals we partake in and how something as universal as a birthday celebration is not universally celebrated.
A series that explores how the homeless live outside of our consciousness, completely devoid of identity.
A short collection of photographic essays.
Maker of artist books and interdisciplinary works. Based in Pittsburgh, PA.
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