2020, crocheted cotton string, glue, velvet, wooden rod, 28x21x2.5 inches
- 65% to the artist
- 5% of PP net profits to our equity partner
- frame shown not included
- UPS ground shipping invoiced separately
- ships from Brooklyn, NY
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Caitlin McCormackis a Philadelphia-based artist who contemplates societal reluctance to view gendered craft as art and regards crochet as a behavioral response to apocalyptic conditions. Evoking folklore, medieval botanical imagery, osteological displays, sci-fi and body horror, each work is a memory’s artifact tethered to a surface and made viewable from a distance. Cait has participated in solo and group exhibitions at The Mütter Museum, Museum Rijswijk, Mesa Contemporary Art Museum, The Taubman Art Museum, Hashimoto Contemporary, The Fort Wayne Museum of Art, Feinkünst Krüger, Field Projects, and SPRING/BREAK Art Show. McCormack has taught at PAFA, completed residencies at ChaNorth, The Peter Bullough Foundation, and The Wassaic Project, and was a 2021 Joseph Robert Foundation grantee.