replace the oranges with door knobs

When: March 13-17 2018

Lucy Marrion Pauker explores the intersection between Jewish and queer identities, using visual metaphor and mind-mapping to create weavings. The works recall Jewish feminist scholar's Susannah Heschel tradition of placing an orange on a seder plate to represent LGBTQ+ Jews and the painter Agnes Martin's famous quote on sexuality: "I’m not a woman, I’m a doorknob, leading a quiet existence.”


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