(dys)MORPH

My sculptural practice blends representational and abstract forms to reference nature and the human body. As a critical response to white-patriarchal norms, I marble porcelain and dark stoneware to create different shades of brown. Growth is a major theme of these sculptures, evident in the vessels that hold plants, and the forms that morph through repetition. This series  is a rejection of skinny-supremacist culture, and an examination of its implications one of which being “body dysmorphia” referenced in the title.

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