...And Eat it Too

Repurposing a traditionally domestic act, '...and eat it too' aims to engage the public with tantalizing sculpture. Simultaneously a proactive response to the constraints of gender norms, the project thrives on the fact that eating is international.

Conceived of during Listhus Art Residency in ólafsfjörður, Iceland. Reproduced at MANPOWER Festival in Lisbon, Portugal. 

 

CashBoat: Skammdegi Festival

Conceived of at Listhus AIR with Samuel Cousin, “Cash Boat” is an arrangement of thought probes forming a narrative that reminds us how easily identities can be commodified, controlled, and disciplined. Presented as a set  of clues, this research project responds to what has been called Europe’s migrant crisis: We consider the menial processes that facilitate the allocation of stereotypes, and consequent exportation of prejudices, suspicion and misrepresented identities. 

ROVA II @ Art Matters Festival

HD Video. 10:21 minutes                                                                   

A comedic conflation of Lordi’s performance of “Hard Rock Hallelujah” at Eurovision with Rum Tum Tugger’s solo in Cat’s musical.

An NKS Production (Samuel Cousin/Natalia Kalicki) 


Watch it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yr74tLznz6k

 

Public Art on Private Property Intervention + Abandoned houses + Abandoned letters

Public performance. Rovaniemi, Finland. Summer 2015.                                           

Concerning the lack of affordable housing for seniors and students, I repurpose the abandoned and taboo spaces around the city of Rovaniemi in northern Finland.