6 min, color, silent Four-channel video installation, CRT monitors, fabric, DVD players, plaster-cast pillar, shower rod. Installed at EFA Project Space for the show the Endless Editions 2018 Biennial "Optimism" curated by Lukaza Branfman-Verissimo.
Super 8mm film installation, 13x14" From a series of works in development surrounding narratives, taboos and histories about menstruation. More recently, sculptural elements have been added to the work in the form of a pile of apple cores that sits on the floor below the frame. The resin-cast cores contain droplets of menstrual blood.
A work exploring the space between life and death, the intense feeling of flight, and the desire to exist in the flux of suspended time. Exhibitions and Screenings: "YES: Isabel Sakura/ Rebecca Shapass" Microscope Gallery (Brooklyn, NY), "Optimism" 2018 Endless Biennial curated by Lukaza Branfman-Verissimo at EFA Project Space (New York, NY, 2018), Art Night by The Myraid (New York, NY, 2018).
"Associations" is a a study and deconstruction of my own female anatomy. Through the removal of any sexual associations of the body, I aim to reclaim my anatomy by showing the body as a shape, a monument, a movement-- a work of art of its own accord.