Room Project is a Space for Women + Non-Binary Writers + Artists

CURRENT EXHIBITION

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PAST EXHIBITIONS

BELLE AISLE; BURNING BUSH
Sept.4 – Dec.25 2018

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BELLE AISLE; BURNING BUSH is a navigation from writing to conceptual engagement with performative structures to deconstruct and reconstruct public space. Amanda Carol takes the evocative objects of the weeping willow and the burning bush, each present in the initial setting of Virginia Woolf’s extended essay “A Room of One’s Own,” and through her preservation of their image deconstructs their object integrity to reframe the path and space womxn take.

AMANDA CAROL is a Masters Candidate at Savannah College of Art and Design where she focuses on the cultural and phenomenological aspects of “occupying space.” She is particularly interested in how queer subjectivity and marginalization are conceptualized and visualized in minimalist sculpture.