November 23, 2017

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WHAT WE ARE MADE OF

WHAT WE ARE MADE OF

My son and I were working on a stop-motion animation that involved drawings etched in flour.  We took a closer look, to really consider the items that we are so quick to put in our bodies on our bodies.

My son and I were working on a stop-motion animation that involved drawings etched in flour. Looking at his hands, it occurred to me how foreign the flour and hands appeared, and how both were transformed in an instant, into sculpture with texture, form, light. We began to try different foods from our kitchen, aware of each physical experience. We took a closer look, to really consider the items that we are so quick to put in our bodies on our bodies.

– palm
– brown sugar
– butter
– flour
– peanut
– ketchup
– mustard
– jam
– blueberry
– chocolate
– sugar
– back

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About The Author

Maria Hupfield

Maria Hupfield is a graduate of the MFA program at York University, and holds a BA Specialist in Art and Art History from the University of Toronto and Sheridan College. Her work was featured in the 2011 winter edition of Black Flash Magazine on performance photography. Recent exhibitions include a solo at the Art Gallery of Southwestern Manitoba and with the Crossing Collective as part of a performance exchange between Beyond Artist Collective, Belfast Ireland and SAW Gallery, Ottawa. Maria is of Anishnaabe (Ojibway) heritage, and a member of Wasauksing First Nation, in Ontario. She is currently based in Brooklyn, NY.

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