Delia Touche, Spring 2020 BFA #2 Exhibition


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Spring 2020


Delia Touche: Artist Statement

In my work I have prints of Native American people dancing in traditional regalia. My artist book is a representation of the reservation, which is an aftermath of colonization. The other side is prairie life before European settlers came to the Americas. I use the monotype process to represent cultural dissipation within indigenous communities. The first prints are representations of a time when Native culture was undisturbed and vibrant; than the ghost image is that culture slowly fading into nothingness.

Images of Delia Touche's art.

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