Her latest work harks back to earlier collections—she uses abstract shapes, animal motifs, and, as a medium, cold wax mixed with pigment. In many pieces she plays with humans’ relationship to nature. “What do we gain from [nature] without anthropomorphizing a creature? Can we see something clearly without foisting our own assumptions onto the animal or whatever we’re looking at?”
The exhibit will be curated by her longtime dealer, Aron Packer. For more information, read the full article at The University of Chicago Magazine.