From the review by Melinda Baker:
“Silicone makes passable flesh, for instance, and caulking makes decent vinyl lawn chairs. But the crudeness of her renderings is both deliberate and accidental, which allows her to draw attention to the act of making, its subjectivity, and its power. In this way, her images resonate more powerfully than her subject matter, which exists more or less to as a vehicle for material metaphor.”
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