Multidisciplinary, woman artist in her mid-60's translating interstitial spaces.
Acts of translation include: printmaking, drawing, self portraiture fiberworks, movement and writing.
Current projects narrate her lifelong engagement with care and carrying.
Returning to performing for the camera during the pandemic in a quiet, deserted location, that would generally be filled with the activity of a summer camp program. The lean-to structure is a simple design with shelves for storage and a two sliding panels on the far wall that roll to open and close in response to weather conditions. An unintentional but perfect stage setting.
A tripod and a 10 second timer catches the artist in motion, exploring positionally, tensions of interior and exterior place, and the story being told about the complexities of belonging during a pandemic.