8? x 11? x 30?
Portland Cement, hand pressed Tennessee preserved spring clover, resin, risograph Roswell Amphora print
Without These Winds I Would Be Invisible speaks toward monumentality, grief, and sentimentality. This series of three began as a memorial site, a place to rest, and an object to pay homage to the deaths my family did not get a funeral for, and began a poetic link to creating our own kinds of monuments that help us to move forward.
Encased over sealed solid cast concrete and Portland Cement is a series of dehydrated Tennessee Spring Clover and a Risograph print of a small encased Rosewell Amphora. The solid bench is etched with repetitive hand-etched tally marks.
This piece is ideally kept indoors but could see a life in an indoor/outdoor space should the buyer desire.
Item is located in Detroit, MI. Local pickup available. Shipping not available. Delivery available within Metro Detroit at no additional charge.
Aubrey Theobald (she/her b. 1996) is an interdisciplinary artist born in Cleveland, OH and currently practicing in Detroit, MI. Theobald received her Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Cincinnati DAAP with minors in Art History and Critical Visions (2018).
Theobald stands as a Co-Founder & contributing member of Hot Take Press ? a collaborative risograph press (Cincinnati, OH), with individual publications held through Printed Matter and the New York Public Library. Her residencies include Vermont Studio Center (2020), continued education at Ox-Bow School of Art & Artist Residency with Merit Scholarship, among nomination as a Fulbright Grant Semi-Finalist (Berlin, Germany, 2019).
Theobald?s work has been exhibited both nationally and internationally highlighting Anytime Dept. Gallery (Cincinnati, OH), The Carnegie (Covington, KY), Elephant Gallery (Nashville, TN), Kunsthochschule Berlin-Weissensee (Berlin, Germany) and Gallery 263 (Boston, MA). Recent exhibitions include In Regards to Nostalgia? a three person exhibition at Ruth Pearlman Gallery in Cincinnati, OH and Support Systems? a dual exhibition with Jesse Ly at Stone House Art Gallery (SHAG), in Charlotte, NC.
Aubrey is currently pursuing a Master of Fine Arts at Cranbrook Academy of Art, Department of Sculpture with the anticipated graduation date of May 2024.