Artist Talk: Elizabeth Malaska
Elizabeth Malaska’s work is concerned with the ubiquitous and normalized use of the often-naked female form throughout art history, a body that frequently has been depicted as an object on display. Through a variety of tactics, her paintings aim to recontextualize these bodies, give the figures greater agency, and challenge viewers to question their own power and position.
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