28th May – 12th June, 2015
“In horror stories or in fairy tales, the fascination with the morbid is a way to prepare for the unthinkable”. Cindy Sherman
Family Fantasy is a three-part installation exploring isolation: a model house, a photograph of a kitchen, and a constructed wall suggest sites where control over access to the outside is challenged. This exhibition was inspired by the artist’s experience living in Cleveland, Ohio in 2013. During the same year, three women were rescued from the house of their kidnapper Ariel Castro in Cleveland, Ohio. The women had been sequestered for ten years.