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A new installation by Arkansas-based artist Danielle Hatch is on view now at the Mid-America Arts Alliance’s Culture Lab. Although, the gallery building is not currently open to the public, visitors may enjoy the full installation on display both inside and outside of the windows.
Visitors will immediately see the large fabric installation titled, All the Petals Packed Inside Her on the outside of the building. Inside, single-channel video piece, The Understory, is visible best at night through the gallery windows. The installation will be on view through early April.
Danielle Hatch is a multidisciplinary artist whose work explores the female body’s relationship to the built environment, notions of artificiality and power structures, through site specific installations, sculptures, and performances.
“I work in the disciplines of performance, installation, and sculpture to explore what lies underneath the surface of domesticity. Using materials related to home-making and home-building I seek to render feminine lived experience in tactile ways, exploring womanhood as an identity constructed through narrative. My sculptures often navigate identity formation through the lens of knowledge and expectations passed from one generation to the next, connecting the body with the built environment or the landscape, literature with self.”
Hatch is based in Bentonville, Arkansas, and is a Mid-America Arts Alliance Artists 360 Fellow (2019). She earned a BA in architecture from Wellesley College and an MFA in spatial studies from the University of California, Santa Barbara.
All the Petals Packed Inside Her, 2024
Fabric and wood armature
14’ x 13’ & 12’ x13’
The Understory, 2021
Single-channel video with sound, Duration: 10:28
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