Shaman Moss Girl with Tool, 2017
Stoneware, nylon fiber, metal, computer screen, and rope
32h x 13w x 16d in
81.28h x 33.02w x 40.64d cm
In terms of their roles as tools, the objects that the moss children adorn themselves with have as much a figurative as literal role. As the arbitrary things around us develop meaning, the roles they occupy within us grow to be more and more significant. This work speak to the idea of a personal sort of culture and dialogue developing in stillness and isolation, for the notion of a "tool" begs the question: what will she use it for?