January 18 - March 07, 2008
During her residency at SPACES, Donner teamed up with biologist Andrew Yang to create an animated video and a series of large-scale drawings. Borrowing from the reproductive models of varying organisms to produce new visions of human reproduction, she was deeply influenced by current issues such as the availability of fertility drugs and the ever-growing possibilities of human genetic modification. Donner expanded her project by interviewing more than 30 local women on the topics of fertility and identity. These stories, along with biologically inspired imagery, culminate in a new zine project, which examines the (sometimes frightening) consequences of confronting one's own reproductive power.
More about this project:
- Living in Your Imagination
- Mapping Mixed Information
- Rainbow Troop Crawl
- Unknown Readable, Phoenixes, Tape Conversation, ABS video
- How's It All Stack Up?
This project is a part of the SWAP Program.
The SPACES World Artists Program (SWAP) offers residencies to international, national and local artists who explore and experiment. SWAP supports artists in the creation, presentation and discussion of new work, while facilitating opportunities for them to collaborate with artists and audiences in Northeast Ohio.