Christina Nicodema

With thick paint marks and bold colors, Christina Nicodema creates works that provocatively express humanity’s detachment from the natural world. Using the subject of food, she contrasts its supposed benefits (joy and security) with its more sober impacts (gluttony and paranoia). Nicodema’s central motif is humanity’s visceral desire to consume and dominate, focusing on the resultant destruction of animals and their natural habitats through her imagery.


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