“110 paintings animated into this, the idea behind stuck in my room was how I’ve viewed love; from being in a room making art about it, I wanted to convey my fears, doubts, satisfaction in what it feels like to be intertwined with another human. The break down for the name was just a way to say stuck in my head, heart and emotions. The shirts are based off of the thoughts and imagination of security, some are sad thoughts some are empowering, all tell a story when you view the shirts from small to xx large, the breaks in voice on some shirts are moments where I have nothing to say other than feeling life as it is outside of my room, like peaking out. The photo shoot was to really show who I am inside in terms of coloring and styling, a cool way to show what these shirts looked like and what they mean to me. Overall this was stuck in my room enjoy.”
The work on view in this exhibition shares a common dialogue and aims to explore these surrealist notions in a contemporary manner.