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Jenny Bell "Crusader"

Statement The fight over body ownership repeats throughout both ancient and modern time periods. Here this flag symbol alludes to the Crusades, a series of religious wars fought to advance the s… View »

Joe Dreher

Statement My work entitled CATCH AND RELEASE represents the extremes of feeling out of control or under the control of another person and feeling free and in control of your destiny. In between i… View »

Joe Dreher

Statement My work entitled CATCH AND RELEASE represents the extremes of feeling out of control or under the control of another person and feeling free and in control of your destiny. In between i… View »

Trisha Hautea "Bones IV"

Statement The installation, “Remember Me,” brings into question the results of personal confrontation with the commodification of the human body (trafficking). The work presents the viewer with a… View »

Trisha Hautea "Bones II"

Statement The installation, “Remember Me,” brings into question the results of personal confrontation with the commodification of the human body (trafficking). The work presents the viewer with a… View »

Claire Chambless “The Empress (Select Confessions)”

Statement My work deals with the idea of excess in our culture, whether that be excess money, consumerism, sex, food, information overload or any hyper-stimulating experience. Some of my recent… View »

Claire Chambless “Self-portrait”

Statement My work deals with the idea of excess in our culture, whether that be excess money, consumerism, sex, food, information overload or any hyper-stimulating experience. Some of my recent… View »

Claire Chambless “Lolita”

Statement My work deals with the idea of excess in our culture, whether that be excess money, consumerism, sex, food, information overload or any hyper-stimulating experience. Some of my recent… View »

Yun Bai "Everyday, Some Asshole Would Call Me A 'Whore' Because I Refused To Sleep With Him"

Statement The flowers serve as a tribute to the victims of sex trafficking. To honor their strength, sexuality, dignity, hope, and healing. WCA Georgia Chapter back t… View »

Yun Bai "He Stole Everything I'd Made That Night Because I Wouldn't Sleep With Him"

Statement The flowers serve as a tribute to the victims of sex trafficking. To honor their strength, sexuality, dignity, hope, and healing. WCA Georgia Chapter back t… View »

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