During my four-month residency at Recology San Francisco (10/19 - 1/20), I created disgraced monuments to the patriarchy along with mythic beauty sphinxes that perplexed women for millennia. The resulting biting-yet-humorous, feminist commentary was presented in a museum-style exhibition of dioramas, sculpture, and site-specific installation. I considered the #MeToo movement, the removal of controversial historic monuments, and the promise of the Equal Rights Amendment to produce these satirical works in from recycled materials harvested from the San Francisco "dump."
The show included my performance lecture, fraught with fictitious academic excellence, as Curator of the Museum of Historical Makeovers.