Date of Award
Master of Fine Arts (MFA)
This book—of poetry, prose, and lists—muses on the effects of liquidity and leakiness of a feminized body. By bringing echo narrative, illegibility, de-telling, and that which is continuously wet to the viewer’s body and space, this book and accompanying multimedia installation provides a lens to consider reproductive rights, body autonomy, and gender-based aggression and violence. Work of matter and color investigates interiority, both bodily and spatial, as it relates to surface, access, and space-making.
Bell, Breslin Shea, "Sapping, smudging, staining: a feminized body" (2021). Masters Theses. 612.
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View exhibition online: Breslin Bell, Sapping, Smudging, Staining: A Feminized Body