’s Bird Land-Aerosmith
(2008) is a
of one young woman’s body and hands repeated in different overlapping configurations across the image’s surface. Each iteration of her body is seemingly tattooed with a
tree in purple, and her limbs are printed with a similar pattern in black. Both are accompanied by repetitions of the logo of the band Aerosmith. The black, purple, and pink skin move between states of representation, iconography, and abstraction.
All the artists showing here use color and form synchronously to approach subjects of visibility and representation, and to draw the viewer’s attention to important issues, both global and personal.