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Arielle Stein
Brooklyn, NY
Neighborhood: Crown Heights



ARTIST STATEMENT: My work is an exploration of personal and communal identity. My perspective is informed by my fascinations with Jewish folklore and mythology, approached from a feminist angle. I mine historical and contemporary texts for characters and stories eclipsed by patriarchy, drawing them into conversation with the political present. I construct a universe of female and non-normative bodies, emphasizing these characters as subjects with agency. These bodies are sites of confrontation. At times irreverent, I explore sexuality, taboo and the abject using a combination of outrage and humor. Influenced by Chris Ofili, Hans Scharer and Katherine Bradford, I aim to combine the personal and political, with the imaginary and profane.
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  • Lilim/Children of Lilith
    2016
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  • An Error Occurred, I
    2016
    Gouache, Pencil, Pastel on Paper

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  • Purple Monster
    2013
    Pastel, Acrylic Paint on Paper
 








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