“An unbearable moment of self-recognition and self-differentiation,” by Gayle Clemans
In 2015, I was invited to write a catalogue essay for a Seattle City Hall exhibition titled, “The Incredible Intensity of Being Human: Seattle Artists Examine the Stigma and Silence Surrounding Mental Illness.” It was one of the most personally significant pieces of writing that I have done to date, combining art historical research, contemporary social and aesthetic analysis, and my own reflection on familial history.
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In addition to longer essays on art, I have written gallery guides for the Bellevue Arts Museum and Method Gallery, Seattle.
I am available to write art historical, critical, and introductory essays. Please contact me for work samples and price structures.