Alongside her own journey, Kate features other women and gender nonconforming folks voicing their experiences living in bodies often disregarded and misunderstood.
In the last in this series on ceramics and the body, transgender artist and activist Mac McCusker discusses the way that they use their own body within their work. Through figurative sculpture and provocative functional work, Mac advocates for trans rights and gives intensely vulnerable windows into their own transition. In this episode, we discuss the double edged sword of visibility as an artist and activist - particularly on social media.
This is the third installment in a series of episodes in which ceramics artists discuss the ways that bodies, their own or our cultural perceptions of them, impact their work - and how their work is effected by the bodies of those that view or use them.
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Kate Averett is a writer and podcaster sparking unique discussion at the intersections of gender, disability, chronic and mental illness. Kate received her MA in Art History from UNC Chapel Hill with a focus on representations of hysteria in horror films and popular culture.