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8:00 minutes
with commentary by Leonie Bradbury
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I am fascinated by what we overlook. I examine and excavate the layered pasts of a space and/or object, reorganizing in light of contemporary culture and current events. Sparked by religion, politics, pop-culture, and personal experience, these site manipulations are comprised of familiar, benign elements re-configured, thereby blurring the lines between attraction and repulsion, high and low. Playing with perspective, voyeurism, and humor, I examine scale and demand physical involvement and curiosity from the viewer.

Neglected even by those of us trained to see, these babes were bored. While allowing physical access to the protuberant reliefs and their points of view, the ladders simultaneously provide escape routes for the bambini. Building from the phenomenon of how we experience our environments, the multiple perspectives and points of access to the varied elements of this work ask the viewer to question their own scale and their role in looking.