‘I’ll Have What She’s Having’, a solo ceramic show by Chloe Theodosiou, opens with a reception Fri July 28, 4-6 pm. The exhibit will be up through Aug 2.
Think about melting into cake.
Visual experience becomes primeval and abstract, drawing upon elements of guilty pleasure. I am both attracted and repulsed by Marie Antoinette- by her being spoiled, rich, and lazy.
When she died, her last words were an apology to her executioner; so although she was surrounded by guilt and pleasure, she still maintained her humanity. I identify with her in a way.