I decided that the print would be a self-portrait exploring my relationship with my identity as an American.
Many people still do not know what algorithms are, or whether algorithms are being used to deny them coverage for health services.
The more you know, the less scary they are.
These experiences have taught me that death need not be dreaded or feared.
“I think that ensuring justice for assault survivors is a priority for everyone. It just doesn’t always get the attention it deserves.”
I can understand the challenges that make it hard to escape the abuse. Part of my support is reaffirming that I believe what they say.
No child should ever feel like they have to hide who they are.
Overdose deaths in the U.S. rose to over 93,000 in 2020 — up from 70,630 in 2019 — which was the largest amount ever recorded in a 12-month period.
I could not send my art to a state that would support a trampling of “the right to choose.”
People statewide are telling us about their deepest concerns related to political polarization, climate change, racism, violence, death, and more.
My internalized oppressions shamed and screamed, “You did not do enough! Do something! Do more!”
By doing this work, Harvest Nation assumes a receiving role within the large movement known as Rematriation, the returning of seeds to their mother land to be reunited with the earth and its people.