She's worth a million, wood, screws, bolts, and hinges, 2017;
Mary and Peggy what's for dinner?, (collaborative performance with Natalie Castrogiovanni at Xspace Cultural Centre) props include pool, Extra virgin olive oil, salt, pepper, boombox with CD, towels, and gel transfer images of fish, 2017;
Silver screen babe casts long shadow with fish; mirror acrylic, fishing line, fishing hooks, olive oil, clothing rack, reflective film, swimming pool, and projection; 2017
This body of work deconstructs images found on google of people holding fish. The images were primarily Caucasian men holding large fish; images of women were typically unnatural/staged. All images display leisure fishing; the activity is recreational and game-like. The fish in this collection of images is a prize, a submissive body, a reward, or something earned. In my work I make clear the absurd heteronomy of the fish, which is claimed as the possession of the predator.