Remember Me To Her
       
     
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Kindred
       
     
Kindred
       
     
Kindred
       
     
Volume 2013
       
     
Foundation
       
     
Holding Up Half The Sky at Roberts Projects
       
     
Vessel II & III
       
     
The House That Jack Built
       
     
Remember Me To Her
       
     
Remember Me To Her

Installation view from EXTENT at The Main Museum Project Room

Image: Remember Me To Her Remember, 200 kiln fired handkerchiefs, 2018. Remember Me To Her is a monument to those who has moved through our lives – yet we still feel their presence around us. Using the fugitive nature of memory and loss as a point of departure, Remember Me To Her explores the palpable sensation of an imprint that remains after someone –or something has left us.

Remember Me To Her - Detail
       
     
Remember Me To Her - Detail

EXTENT - The Main Museum Project Room 2018

Kindred
       
     
Kindred

Solo exhibition at The Museum of Art and History April 2018.

200 slipcast, kiln fired houses

Lisa Bartleson’s Kindred is a large-scale installation that explores healing in and by community. Using the Japanese tradition of kintsugi as an exercise of restoration, Kindred employs a visual discursive practice to examine the cracks caused by physical and/or emotional suffering, and the communal foundations of memory and recovery that filter, shift and support identity.

Kindred
       
     
Kindred

Museum of Art and History, 2018

Kindred
       
     
Kindred

Mf Art and History 2018

Volume 2013
       
     
Volume 2013

Volume 2013
suspended filament
dimension varies

An architectural structure made from transparent- suspended filament. This work encompasses a sense of weight and weightlessness.

Foundation
       
     
Foundation

EXTENT - The Main Museum Project Room 2018

Holding Up Half The Sky at Roberts Projects
       
     
Holding Up Half The Sky at Roberts Projects

Conceived as an exploration of the diverse media of contemporary sculpture in Los Angeles and made possible in part by Betye Saar’s revolutionary use of materials and expansion of intention, Holding Up 1/2 the Sky investigates how the dimensionality of sculpture lends itself to feminine thought, particularly as it manifests in the intersectionality of aesthetics, narrative and meaning.

Pictured foreground:
Asym Marrakech
Cast polyester resin and pigment
22 x 9 x 3 in

Vessel II & III
       
     
Vessel II & III

Whats New Pussy Cat? - Torrance Art Museum 2011

Conceived as a response to the Getty’s “Pacific Standard Time (PST)” survey of Los Angeles art from 1945-1980, “What’s New, Pussycat?,” curated by Tim Nye and Max Presneill for the Torrance Art Museum, shows how the pioneering work of Angeleno artists in the Sixties continues to influence local artists to the present day.

Vessel II Blue Ridge Violet Hematite
Natural pigment suspended in resin
22 x 5 x 3

Vessel III Prussian blue
Natural pigment suspended in resin
22 x 5 x 3


The House That Jack Built
       
     
The House That Jack Built

1500 cast bioresin legos
23 x 19 x 23 in

Where I Live - FP Contemporary 2015