Memory of a Body [Green Hall Gallery]

Installation view, Memory of a Body, Yale Sculpture MFA Thesis Exhibition, New Haven, 2019. Photos by Minh Bui.

Installation view of a pristine whitewall gallery space. A large cobalt blue wedge made of fabric and foam in the middle of the gallery. Sculptures of body parts are installed sparsely on the walls and placed on the floor.
Closeup of a ceramic human foot sitting on the floor. The foot is cut at the ankle revealing a black foam interior core. A white cylindrical pipe emerges from the core like a bone into the air. A smiley face is etched into ankle of the foot like a tattoo.
A closeup of a ceramic sculpture of a forearm, mounted directly on the wall with a white metal armature. The arm is cut at the wrist and the bicep, revealing a black foam interior core. The letters E.L.G. are etched into the upper arm like a tattoo.
A closeup of a freestanding purple foam shape resembling a dress from the backside. The dress is supported by a tree-stand black metal frame.
A closeup of a freestanding purple foam shape resembling a dress. The dress is supported by a tree-stand black metal frame. A large blue fabric and foam wedge is visible in the background.
Two small white papier mache figures on a pedestal, facing each other. A female figure lies on her stomach while a male figure lies on his side.