"Current Affairs" is a series of works that respond both to pre and post election, personally as a woman, and more broadly, as a citizen reconsidering social justice and the integrity of the political climate.
Hope For World Peace
Museum board, archival paper, resin, acrylic, and wax
22 ½" h x 47" w x 38" d
"Hope for World Peace" reflects on social justice and the (lack of) integrity in our current politics. Overwhelmed by the state of our political affairs, my mindset took a turn when seeing the 45th President’s summit with Kim Jong-un in Singapore after receiving an unusually large and what he said to be a "very beautiful letter".