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 During a residency in New Mexico, Driscoll discovered rawhide,
a powerful, malleable material whose organic qualities evoke
human and animal life, death, and transformation.
Since then, her sculptures combine rawhide with various materials, including neon, light, and video. She collaborates with filmmakers to project moving images onto the translucent skin, transforming both sculptures and images. Recent work engages water as an expressive element and as found in nature; she is currently collaborating with Springs Stewardship Institute in Arizona.
rawhide, copper 18'' x 32''
roSaLyn DriScoLL

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