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Installations > Escaping Pink

Escaping pink, 2008

Site-specific installation at the Ice House, Phoenix, Arizona. Canvas, organza, poly-fiberfill.

I use the ladder as a self-portrait. It explores the body in transition as it navigates psychologically through space. Pink represents the ‘ideal,’ the ‘perfect reality.’ In this work I struggle with my own perceptions of what’s ‘real’ and what’s ‘perfect’ as I attempt to escape them.

Photographs by Nick Mancusi and Saskia Jorda