Indignana from the series Shell Game. Spanish for Outrage, Indignada is inspired by the “Spanish m15 anti-austerity movement. The woman becomes a building representing the Museo Municipal. Toma La Calle was a slogan of m15.” -Molly Crabapple, Wired
“Shell Game is comprised of nine, 6’x4′ paintings and one 3’x3’ painting about the revolutions and crises of 2011 including the mortgage bubble, the Greek anti-austerity protests, and Occupy Wall Street, filtered them through the artist’s distinctive lens of surrealism, satire, and symbolic animals and, for eight of nine paintings, informed by travel to the settings, including Spain, Greece, and the United Kingdom, during which she interviewed activists for her reported illustrated journalism pieces and participated in demonstrations.”
Giclee 17″ x 22″ print with archival ink on Canson Fine Art acid-free paper. This is a limited edition run of 25, signed and numbered.