Body Parts is an exhibition of new art work by Satch in which she continues to explore the themes of cultural symbolism, contradiction, defiance and social commentary.
The art work is both autobiographical and a commentary on issues that Satch sees as important in today?s world.
Body Parts is an installation of separate elements, that when brought together, converge into an interdependent whole.
Satch constructed her assemblages for Body Parts from repurposed materials, incorporating a wide variety of media and personal transformations into each composition to form a collection of evocative work.
Satch – “I am very excited about my new work that comprises this exhibition, Body Parts. I continue to grow as an artist and believe that the aggregate of this work is some of my most accomplished.”
The Exhibition is presented by Satch Lost and Found Art Studio/Gallery (an IDADA member gallery) and hosted by The Schwitzer Gallery, Circle City Industrial Complex.
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