I am loving the potential in the work by Brenna K. Murphy. She stitches onto photographs and also creates installations.
I want to see the photograph works (above works) on a very large scale....
And want everything to become an installation.
Her work is quiet and potent work about home, the desire for home, the absence of home, the idea of home, and the temporal and fragile nature of it all.
She says this:
My work explores the possibility that the body can be a surrogate Home for those that don’t have one as is traditionally defined in our culture, while also acknowledging the temporality of both the body and our collective cultural notion of Home.
By the way, her stitches & most of her installations are made with hair.
See more here.