Agathe Snow's protean art practice includes installations, performance, sculpture, and writing. Informed by instances of personal experience to current events, her narratives address topics of consumer culture and its contribution to societal breakdown and environmental collapse. Her low-tech approach involves an assemblage of simple items, found objects, and detritus, which she then transforms with paint, plaster, and collage. Snow's spontaneous totems are as much about moral decay as they are monuments to optimism. The playful innovation employed in constructing the work rescues decrepit and common materials, suggesting a new characterization – a cause for celebration and a possibility for cultural survival.
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