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  aerial view 3    2015   silver gelatin photogram on fiber-based paper, canvas, plexiglass, styrofoam Dimensions variable: H: 75 inches x W: 82 inches x D: 16 inches   
       
     
       
     
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  144 years, 1  2016 archival pigment print 62 x 44 inches each Edition of 5 + 3 A/P   144 years  Thirty-three women who have campaigned and won their party’s nomination for the US presidency from 1872 to 2016:   • 1872    Victoria Woodhull, Equal Rights Party  • 1884    Belva Ann Lockwood, National Equal Rights Party  • 1888    Belva Ann Lockwood, National Equal Rights Party  • 1940    Gracie Allen, Surprise Party  • 1952    Mary Kennery, American Party • Ellen Linea W. Jensen, Washington Peace Party • Agnes Waters, American Woman’s Party  • 1968    Charlene Mitchell, Communist Party  • 1972     Linda Jenness, Socialist Workers Party • Evelyn Reed, Socialist Workers Party  • 1976     Margaret Wright, People’s Party  • 1980    Deirdre Griswold, Workers World Party • Ellen McCormack, Right to Life Party  • Maureen Smith, Peace and Freedom Party  • 1984    Gavrielle Holmes, Workers World Party • Sonia Johnson, Citizens Party  • 1988    Lenora Fulani, New Alliance Party • Willa Kenoyer, Socialist and Liberty Union parties  • 1992  Lenora Fulani, New Alliance Party • Helen Halyard, Socialist Equality Party  • Isabell Masters, Looking Back Party • Eileen Myles, Openly-Female Write-in Candidate • Gloria La Riva, Workers World Party  •1996  Marsha Feinland, Peace and Freedom Party • Mary Cal Hollis, Socialist Party, Liberty Union Party • Isabell Masters, Looking Back Party • Monica Moorehead, Workers World Party • Diane Beall Templin, The American Party  • 2000    Cathy Gordon Brown, Independent • Monica Moorehead, Workers World Party  • 2004    Diane Beall Templin, The American Party  • 2008    Cynthia McKinney, Green Party  • Gloria La Riva, Party for Socialism and Liberation • Diane Beall Templin,  The American Party  • 2012  Roseanne Barr, Peace and Freedom Party  • Peta Lindsay, Party for Socialism and Liberation • Jill Stein, Green Party   • 2016  Hillary Clinton, Democratic Party • Jill Stein, Green Party
       
     
  pillow 4  2000 archival pigment print mounted to plexiglas diptych: H: 36 inches x W: 95 inches x .D: 5 inches, overall edition of 3 + 2 A/P
       
     
       
     
  blur 1  2011 - 2014 archival pigment print sandwich mounted between plexi 22  x  22  x  .5 inches edition of 5 + 2 A/P  The  blur series , intimately involved with self-portraiture, is part of the of the  blur / motion / trans project . Using the on-going sculpture  winter 1992 — january 1998 — present  as the central prop, foreground and background shift while the subject, in motion, makes it difficult to decipher if the plane of the wall is in front, behind or in the middle of the ghostly blur that seems to be moving. I am interested in the idea of the documentation of a performance for which there is no audience, and representations of myself as I can never see myself.
       
     
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  handbag 10  2018 Archival pigment print on Hahnemühle 39.75 x 31 x .5 inches
       
     
  Helen and Miss Smith  1 1997 silver gelatin print + wood frame 2 x 4 inches, 10 x 8 framed   Helen and Miss Smith  A suite of 5 silver gelatin prints. Found photos of 2 women, one named Helen and the other Miss Smith from 1915 - 1970. Each work has been derived from successive generations of photographing, rephotographing and re-printing.
       
     
  skin impression  1 (CY)  2002-2018 C-prints on Fugi Flex 10 x 8 inches edition of 5 + 2 A/P