Wilder Alison

Wilder Alison’s paintings draw from both feminist theory and the concept of a split subjectivity to establish a disjointed conversation with the language of abstraction. The artist’s work frequently features sliced and severed pools of saturated color, yielding a kind of visual static—breaking the continuity of pigmentation characteristics of the color field. Alison’s process also includes a playful critique of the dichotomy between art and craft through the artist’s embrace of materials such as dyed wool.

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