Buoyant in the Ecoanxiety utilizes the language of water as a tool to place viewers within the context of the... Read More
Buoyant in the Ecoanxiety utilizes the language of water as a tool to place viewers within the context of the climate catastrophe and rising ocean waters. Buoyant in the Ecoanxiety functions by first alluring viewers, aestheticizing the rising waters we are facing, and then dancing in them. Composed of three figures, this work highlights the lower bodies of nude men performing synchronized swimming routines—a queer act given the highly gendered sport and societal imparts of femininity. These forms are composed of handmade cold porcelain clay, plaster, and paper pulp over internal structures, and are lifelike in appearance. This work draws in the attention of the viewer through it’s careful detail, believability in rendering, and it’s initial read of levity. The mood, however, is complicated as you register the frozen moment in time and the holding of breath underwater.
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