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Christina Tedesco

Sharpie, Gesso, Charcoal, and Water Crayons
How the human body moves

Media: Drawing, Installation, Sculpture

Mad Oyster Studios
2 Bradley Street

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My work deals with the contrast between balance and unbalance, control, and the lack there of. Specifically, I explore the movement of the human body through space and time. My interest in the nature of the human form comes from living with cerebral palsy a physical disability that causes difficulty in movement and speech as well as involuntary tremors. My small line drawings, photography and interactive sculpture installations incorporate elements of performance art and Minimalism.

I use the unique machinations of my own body motion, often showcasing a visual full figure of my body or my own shaky line drawings. The work is a balance between simple composition and complicated issues that are unseen by many.