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Article: Artist Feature on The Jealous Curator


Nomadic Objects

Oloman Next Door, Hamtramck MI
May 24 - May 26, 2019
Opening event: May 24, 5-9pm

NOMADIC OBJECTS is a pop-up exhibition at Oloman Next Door in Hamtramck during Memorial Day weekend.

Nine regional artists explore work that is nomadic in form or concept, focusing on adaptability and deployability as a strategy for adjusting to different environments while maintaining a sense of origin. Sculpture, garments, and installation are presented as both interactive pieces and static objects, highlighting the sensory physicality of the spaces we inhabit and pass through.

Participating artists: Eleanor Anderson, Rachel Ferber, Jessica Frelinghuysen, Angela Eastman, Margaret Hull, Shelly Mcmahon, Leslie Rogers, Jessica Tenbusch, and Sarah Wondrack.


Article: Artist Feature in the Create! Magazine International Women’s Issue 2019

My work was selected to be featured in the Create! Magazine International Women’s Issue along side 50+ other women artists and women working in the arts field. Click here for more information and to order your issue.

You Can’t Touch A Ghost: Five Senses for a Cause

Galleri 2987, Detroit MI
January 19 - January 31, 2019
Opening event: January 19th, 6-10pm

Two pieces, Privacy Screen and Asian Imports (I Learned About Them on Wikipedia), were selected for the upcoming Things Feel Heavy show.

Art Exhibition, Art Auction, Live Music Performances by True Blue & Electric Blanket, and Wearables Runway Show to raise money for the Charity Organization Alternatives For Girls. Galleri 2987 and Things Feel Heavy will be donating the proceeds from the night’s event to, “Alternatives For Girls” an organization that provides help, prevention, assistance, shelter, and outreach to high-risk girls and young women.

Article: Ypsi Alloy Offers A Highly Professional Makerspace For Noisy Creatives | Current

I was interviewed by K.A. Letts to speak about our studio, Ypsi Alloy Studios, and how it factors into my and my studiomates’ creative processes.

Also in print in the January 2019 issue of Current.

Article: Thinking With Animals | Rustbelt Arts

Local arts journalist K.A. Letts reviews Thinking With Animals for her blog Rustbelt Arts.

Thinking With Animals

River House Arts, Toledo OH
February 14 - March 30, 2018

A five-person group show curated by Morgan Barrie and myself. Thinking with Animals is an exploration of human and (non-human) animal bodies without assuming a position of human superiority.

Image credit: Morgan Barrie