"Surfaces embellished with beading and embroidery reference craft traditions long marginalized in the history of art, yet recently resurgent in activist practice. Dismantling the gendered hierarchies long embedded in our visual culture, I insert feminine or camp motifs—flowers, unicorns, and fairies, for example—into historically masculine genres." K G
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