Pink Project
"Untitled" (pink nurses)
sculpture 1990
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"Boy in Pink; Boy in Blue" (boy) 1994-1999
Pink Project
"Boy in Pink; Boy in Blue" (boy) 1994-1999
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"Girl in Pink; Girl in Blue" (girl) 1994-1999
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"Girl in Pink; Girl in Blue" (girl) 1994-1999
Pink Project
"Medicine Cabinet"
(carved apples, babyfood jars,
vodka & cabinet)
20"x 14"x 5", 1995
Pink Project
"Untitled" (rock held up by a tea cup)
gravity sculpture 1996
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"Knitting" sculpture 2000
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"Buttering Mrs. Butterworth" 2000
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"Empty House Suported by Stuff"
(detail), 2000
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"Flowers" (photo) 2004
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"Flying Squirrel" (banner), Inside Out
The Woodstock Byrdcliffe Outdoor Sculpture Show, Woodstock, NY
62"x 52", 2006
Pink Project
Woodstock Film Festival Poster 2010

Artist Statement

Political consciousness is inseparable from my own art making, but at the same time I see “political art” as having become a narrow label.

The ordinary and everyday are important themes in my work, i.e., shopping, menstruation, household objects, and daily tasks. I never know where or what my work will come out of so I do not separate my art making from the activities in which I am engaged; and I like to feel free to

express ideas through a variety of media. Television and other forms of mass media do not directly inform my artwork. However, I regard television, movies, and urban advertising as the major artworks of today, in terms of their influence on and reflection of our culture.

—M/E/A/N/I/N/G #16 (page 25), Nov 1994

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