Thesis Print & Furniture Collection
Installation that evolved from drawings that were mediations on the self, body and womanhood. These monumental figures are an affirmation of female agency and sexuality.
Illuminated discharge silkscreen printing on dip-dyed cotton sateen with foil accents. Hand-constructed chairs and table with spray painted stencil designs and jacquard woven cushion.
Tapestry woven on a four-harness floor loom inspired by the spiked horns on Carnival masks 24” X 60”
Process: Initial Drawings
Check out Horns on the cover of the September/October issue of the Kenyon Review.
Bandana designs 20”X20”
hand painted floral designs manipulated using photoshop and illustrator to create compositions.
4. An Ode
Hand printed fabric lengths inspired by ideas of community, home and belonging 25”x 60”.
Hyuindai Research Collaborative Studio