Noctámbula Seated as an M, For Maybe
This acrylic painting entangles multiple representations of the human body, as well as its various capacities for work, play, display and expression. Chelsea Culprit's work addresses the performance of authentic identity and the conflict between freedom and personal bondage.
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Chelsea Culprit lives in Mexico City where she works with painting, neon light, sculptural assemblage and installation. Her composite approach challenges ideas of female identity and the gender binary. She freely moves between the pictorial language of folk art and real-world imagery.