Cindy Baker

Cindy Baker

CINDY BAKER


Cindy Baker

Cindy Baker is an interdisciplinary and performance artist whose work is informed by a fierce commitment to ethical community engagement and critical social inquiry. Drawing from queer theory, gender culture, fat activism and art theory, Baker’s research-based practice moves fluently between the arts, humanities, and social sciences. Baker considers context her primary medium, and works with diverse materials and techniques from the low-craft (such as latch-hooking) to digital fabrication and performance, emphasizing the theoretical, conceptual and ephemeral aspects of her work. Cindy Baker completed her MFA at the University of Lethbridge in 2014, and she continues to live and work in Lethbridge, AB, Canada.


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CINDY BAKER
ALL THINGS TO ALL MEN (AND WOMEN)
March 11 – April 16, 2016

AVAILABLE WORKS
Cindy Baker, Lipsticks and Bullets (1)
Cindy Baker, Lipsticks and bullets, 2015
cast bronze found objects, glazed ceramics, steel and glass readymade cabinet
Cindy Baker, Lipsticks and Bullets (2)
Cindy Baker, Lipsticks and bullets, 2015, detail
cast bronze found objects, glazed ceramics, steel and glass readymade cabinet
Cindy Baker Canon Ballz (1)
Cindy Baker, Canon Ballz, 2015
historical text, hand-dyed and carved wood, vintage candy dispenser
Cindy Baker Canon Ballz (2)
Cindy Baker, Canon Ballz, 2015, detail
historical text, hand-dyed and carved wood, vintage candy dispenser
Cindy Baker All Things (1)
Cindy Baker, All things to All Men (and Women), 2004
mixed media installation, dimensions variable
Cindy Baker All Things (2)
Cindy Baker, All things to All Men (and Women), 2004, detail
mixed media installation, dimensions variable

www.populust.ca/cinde