Thesis Exhibition: March 29- April 1, 2017
Opening Reception : March 31, 6-8pm
On Being a Demon, 2015. Silicone and glass encasing. 9’ x 1’.
me, me, you, me, 2016. Performance with parchment paper.
R Ï S E P E A C O C K / Statement
“ Feelings of wonder become the means of processing our initial responses; for wonder creates a zone of autonomy, as Luce Irigaray argues: a testing site for rehearsing identities yet to be defined.”
- Lynne Cooke, Hindsight: Reading Island Universe Retroactively
Rïse Peacock investigates material phenomena that expose physicality and the awareness of a body in space. Through her interdisciplinary practice which incorporates drawing, installation, and sculpture Rïse’s practice emphasizes physical materials, their unique characteristics, and their ability to behave as a catalyst for physical interaction between object / other or space / other.