Let’s get white girl wasted and burn bridges

The phrase “Let’s get white girl wasted and burn bridges”, herein is interpreted as a commentary on social gender stereotypes. The act of getting “wasted” to the point of reckless abandon has the potential to provoke a primal instinct in people despite their gender. This can result in the termination of friendships and relationships (burning bridges). This multimedia installation serves to explore a tangled web of thoughts, strung out in an attempt to find clarity and resolve. The walls were crudely painted, the floor covered in a flat layer of gravel. The figures are placed on display purposefully with a lack of dialogue, separated by different bases or material such as wool or feathers, existing as individual thoughts. It is a storage space, a sketchbook of sorts, an attempt to sort through a mass of thoughts, memories and intuitions to their core. A constant search for clarity.

Type
Sculpture, Installation, Video, Mixed media

  • Type Sculpture, Installation, Video, Mixed media

"Id" Mixed media 2012

"Ego" Mixed media 2012

Strange fruit Multimedia 2012

"Demure" Mixed media 2012

"Super ego" Plaster and fabric 2012

"Let's get white girl wasted and burn bridges" Multimedia installation 2012

"The drunk messiah" (back view) Mixed media 2012

"The drunk messiah" (front view) Mixed media 2012

"The drunk messiah" Mixed media 2012

"The drunk messiah" Mixed media 2012

"Strange fruit" (film still) Video 2012