Spandex, Polyfil, cotton thread. 2013. Shown at The See Here in Wellington, New Zealand  
 
Striving to be acceptable monopolizes the time spent getting to a place one never really wants to get to. Content enough to live in a place of beautiful self disgust, there is little time left for anything or anyone else. Daily thoughts are spent on caloric summations, body assessment, and inadequacy.   
“A cultural fixation on female thinness is not an obsession about female beauty but an obsession about female obedience.” ― Naomi Wolf
   
Images by Tineke Maree Jansen

It’s a bit crowded in here
Posted by noemi on 30 April 2013


The Home from Home Project is a collaboration between Sarah Read, The Noemi & Julie Jeon.  

Home from Home is an experiment in:

serendipity
reciprocity
stepping beyond one’s comfort zone
The project invites you to step out of your usual routine and invite an artist – Sarah Read – into your home for a 3-day research residency.
  
In return, Sarah will welcome you into her home in Wellington, New Zealand, “the coolest little capital in the world”(Lonely Planet).

The Home from Home Project
Posted by noemi on 28 April 2013

Plastic chain, cable ties, enamel paint, plaster. 2012
Chain, Chain, chain

Chain, chain, chain being worn

Chain, Chain, Chain – Newmarket, New Zealand
Posted by noemi on 1 November 2012

A site-specific installation of cylindrical forms on a construction site in Hooten Reserve, June 2012. Cork, brass, copper, resin, fabric, cotton wool, and many other materials.
Cylinder 1 image
 
Cylinder 2 image
 
Cylinder 3 image
 
Cylinder 4 image

Cylinder Series I
Posted by noemi on 1 October 2012
 
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