It's the final day of a two-week portfolio development course I've been taking at SAIC, and we finally get to show our work in a gallery today! We made a few posters (mainly so out parents knew where to go), and I'm really excited to be able to see my work in a gallery setting. Basically, I can't wait to not see a pile of fabric cuttings, dust, fur, etc. on the ground from working on my project.
Here's my little poster I made with ink and brown paper for the show.
My two pieces are meant to be shown next to each other, so I tried to convey that with these low-resolution Snapchat photos. They're both self-portraits, covered with materials such as plastic, foil, tape, cut-up CDs, lace, fur, and more. I'm really proud of these, as they're both quite large and took me two weeks; I also made a video that goes along with them, which I might post on Youtube soon. Let me know what you think!