Digital printing on Moab Entrada Rag paper; imagery from red gouache drawings; accordion book structure
11” x 4.25” x 0.5”
I began Inside/Outside by thinking about “my place,” as both a built environment and as a metaphor (a woman’s place, to be put in one’s place, to know one’s place, etc.). At the same time, I began a bathroom remodel bringing in the expertise of a stranger (now intimate friend). We told each other stories. We talked in-depth about how people perceive us as humans, as bodies, as embodiments; how we navigate those perceptions, inside and outside of our person, our home and our communities.
From the colophon:
“Inspired by stories from two friends, and one in-depth conversation with a third, about how people perceive each other, and how we navigate those perceptions, both inside and outside of our person.”