The Care Room is a container for a system of labor exchange that strives to highlight the nature of unpaid feminized labor, it’s untold place in art history, and the social and racial divisions that allow some parents the resources to “Lean-Into” their practice, while others perform the emotional and soft labor of childcare. In exchange for care, participating artists are asked to utilize their childfree time to create art.
This two channel video installation was created in response to the death of North Korean leader Kim Jong Il. The top monitor shows a video of the artist lip synching to a North Korean news anchor announcing the death of the Supreme Leader. The bottom monitor shows the artist dancing to the number one pop song in South Korea during the same time as Kim's death.
A performance video recording during Hurricane Sandy's landfall over Brooklyn, NY in 2012. A meditation on interiority and exteriority.
A duration performance video. The artist eats through a wall of snow.