Images from the final performance of “Couturemonials” by Ladyk Fever and Mary A. Valverde. This collaboration explores and illuminates the idea of the domestic violence survivor.
The event took place on October 7th, 2012 as part of the Art in Odd Places festival and I was lucky enough to have met these amazing women. Not only are they artists, but they are moms and we have much in common.
I look forward to collaborating with them and exploring how much further we can take this.
"Stigma, there is always a stigma."
a new approach to my “look at me” project. No darkroom, no photoshop, or real cameras were used for this one.
Yesterday I had the amazing opportunity of documenting the dress rehearsal for “Couturemonials” a piece by Lady K Fever and Mary Valverde. Below you’ll find more information about the event. The actual full piece will happen in October as part of Art in Odd Places 2012.
Bronx Council on the Arts & Art in Odd Places
The Bronx as MODEL
NEW PERFORMANCE ART
The Bronx Children’s Museum was at the Hunts Point Fish Parade, on Saturday June 16th 2012.
After we marched, we made bugs out of paper mache and had the kids go into the “River on the Go!” Bus.
"Hi Mommy" Spring break, 2012.
My daughter’s first photogram. Constantine didn’t want to make one, he wanted to make something with color. He’s definitely more of a builder and painter and Arielle is really into collaging and other crafty materials.
I am very happy that they are so different from each other, it inspires me to try new things and encourage their individual interests. This is the perfect age to involve them in even more in my art world, especially now that my college career is pretty much done.
My frecks, my sun-kissed bruises, behind my spots I hide.
My mini-badges in the fight for a better life.
The map to my body.
"A Power Tool" by the Guerilla Girls.
Playing with the Accident. Shooting with the lens of my projector and the body of a D70.
Looking at my fellow lovers of art, the members of Connected Spontaneity, through the pieces that were used in the performance.
My reaction to the closing of “Transparent Studio.” I am looking through the pieces that were apart of the performance by Amy Larimer and Jamie Graham.