The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, 2003, BFA
Loyola University Chicago, 2000, BA and BS
Instead of regarding the human body as a machine-like component of the human entity or an object for public debate, I think of the body as a lived, subjective experience. By integrating unpredictability, intuition, and intimacy into carefully rendered medical drawings, I subvert medical illustration and use it as a trope; I address the perception and value of the human body in an increasingly technologically mediated world.
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