Sakura Kelley (G)
Friday, March 11 - 2:15PM to 2:35PM
My work, like my self-identification, has many hyphens, associations and colors. As a queer Japanese-Mexican-American feminist, I pull from a variety of lexicons which provide a constant undertone in the work. I work with images as though they are parts of a quilt, binding multiple frames to (re)create a scene. Working with found objects as symbols, the images point to things that exist outside of language - things constantly shifting and fleeting, but real nonetheless.
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