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I Am Alive/ Konhnhe, discusses how the artist endeavors to connect with the pain of loss and insecurity, and the inherent vulnerability of life and death for the next generation of Indigenous women. And how they physically are part of the inevitable social pressures moving disintegration and impermanence.

I Am Alive/ Konhnhe.

  • Encaustic, plaster, cotton and silk embroidery fiber, yarn, waxed cord, zip ties, repurposed textiles, steel wire frame.

  • 60X65X4 inches.

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