Inside Every Woman, A Scream For Independence
Inside Every Woman, A Scream For Independence

Sept 2018, Paper and glue, 9 x 11 inches

Repurposed postcard “Grito de la Independencia” mural by Juan O Gorman, Mexico City

Mailed to Brooklyn in 1965

Kiss All The Girls
Kiss All The Girls

Sept 2018, Paper and glue, 4 x 6 inches

In response to the Christine Blasey Ford and Brett Kavanaugh testimonies this piece is a reflection of my intense anger and my solidarity with all women.

The original postcard was mailed to my parents in Brooklyn, from my aunt when she visited London in 1974. She signed it “kiss all the girls”. Now I rewrite and recreate a story that relates to my current experience on this day in 2018.

Rivers Rising
Rivers Rising

Sept 2018, Paper and glue, 3.5 x 5.5 inches

In 1980 my family moved from Brooklyn to Rockaway Beach, where we lived for 37 years (until 2017 when my mother sold my childhood home). Throughout my life I would have dreams about the ocean and rising tides.

After Hurricane Sandy struck and I was left to clean up my parents’ home, I had a personal, firsthand experience of the wreckage caused by natural disasters and the impact of climate change.

This 1960’s postcard with its peaceful landscape of rolling rapids made me take pause and reflect on the potential of a body of water to wreak havoc. Perhaps an unfathomable possibility back then.

Original postcard, South Fallsburg, NY. Exact date unknown.

Then and Now
Then and Now

Sept 2018, Paper and glue, 3.5 x 5.5 inches

Reflections on American values, symbols, monuments and history, past, present and future.

Original postcard, Mount Rushmore Memorial, mailed to Brooklyn in 1963

Untitled Landscape
Untitled Landscape

Sept 2018, Paper and glue, 3.5 x 5.5 inches

Original postcard mailed to Brooklyn in 1967

From Martha’s Vineyard, family friends on their honeymoon

Untitled, Ocean 1
Untitled, Ocean 1

Sept 2018, Paper and glue, 4 x 6 inches

Original postcard, Land’s End, Cornwall, mailed to Brooklyn, 1974

Merciless Waters, Indonesia on My Mind
Merciless Waters, Indonesia on My Mind

September 2018, Paper and glue, 6 x 5 inches

Mailed to Brooklyn from the Swiss Alps in 1966

Merciless Waters 2, Climate Change on My Mind
Merciless Waters 2, Climate Change on My Mind

October 2018, paper and glue, 3.5 x 5.5

Mailed to Rockaway Beach from Bermuda in 1956

Inside Every Woman, A Scream For Independence
Kiss All The Girls
Rivers Rising
Then and Now
Untitled Landscape
Untitled, Ocean 1
Merciless Waters, Indonesia on My Mind
Merciless Waters 2, Climate Change on My Mind
Inside Every Woman, A Scream For Independence

Sept 2018, Paper and glue, 9 x 11 inches

Repurposed postcard “Grito de la Independencia” mural by Juan O Gorman, Mexico City

Mailed to Brooklyn in 1965

Kiss All The Girls

Sept 2018, Paper and glue, 4 x 6 inches

In response to the Christine Blasey Ford and Brett Kavanaugh testimonies this piece is a reflection of my intense anger and my solidarity with all women.

The original postcard was mailed to my parents in Brooklyn, from my aunt when she visited London in 1974. She signed it “kiss all the girls”. Now I rewrite and recreate a story that relates to my current experience on this day in 2018.

Rivers Rising

Sept 2018, Paper and glue, 3.5 x 5.5 inches

In 1980 my family moved from Brooklyn to Rockaway Beach, where we lived for 37 years (until 2017 when my mother sold my childhood home). Throughout my life I would have dreams about the ocean and rising tides.

After Hurricane Sandy struck and I was left to clean up my parents’ home, I had a personal, firsthand experience of the wreckage caused by natural disasters and the impact of climate change.

This 1960’s postcard with its peaceful landscape of rolling rapids made me take pause and reflect on the potential of a body of water to wreak havoc. Perhaps an unfathomable possibility back then.

Original postcard, South Fallsburg, NY. Exact date unknown.

Then and Now

Sept 2018, Paper and glue, 3.5 x 5.5 inches

Reflections on American values, symbols, monuments and history, past, present and future.

Original postcard, Mount Rushmore Memorial, mailed to Brooklyn in 1963

Untitled Landscape

Sept 2018, Paper and glue, 3.5 x 5.5 inches

Original postcard mailed to Brooklyn in 1967

From Martha’s Vineyard, family friends on their honeymoon

Untitled, Ocean 1

Sept 2018, Paper and glue, 4 x 6 inches

Original postcard, Land’s End, Cornwall, mailed to Brooklyn, 1974

Merciless Waters, Indonesia on My Mind

September 2018, Paper and glue, 6 x 5 inches

Mailed to Brooklyn from the Swiss Alps in 1966

Merciless Waters 2, Climate Change on My Mind

October 2018, paper and glue, 3.5 x 5.5

Mailed to Rockaway Beach from Bermuda in 1956

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