Mistress/Maitresse/Matrix/Mother riffs on the theme of women having and doing it all. Whether peacefully asleep on the Port Authority roof or pouring out our insides, women are often seen in mythic terms, responsible for far more than any individual is capable. The green dress and gloves are impregnated with pigments and adhesives, and accessorized with found materials, while the books spilling from them are hand-made using traditional and digital techniques.
The fear of powerful women is a world-wide phenomenon, the more so as women emerge wielding actual power. In its transposition of iconic images One Million Years A.D. suggests a future in which Kongs are no longer kings, in which the sky is home to flying bustiers bearing poems by Emily Dickinson, in which gloves grow like sequoias, spilling secrets as they rise.