Begin Anywhere

Kathleen Granados

Mission_Female Founded
Kathleen Granados reconfigures everyday materials such as dishtowels, furniture, and utensils, to discuss the complexities of home: a space of comfort, a container of memory, and an entrapping myth. Searching her familial history and personal memory, Granados draws connections between generational inheritances, craft, storytelling, and ritual – as well as their absences. Investigating the many facets of home has been a conduit to explore tensions between private interiors and the gaze of the public.

  • 2019
  • Signed
  • Collage using a dishtowel, fabric, thread, and a family photograph transferred onto fabric. It is of the utmost importance that multiple timelines exist in the these works through employing objects and images of varying age; pointing to the ever-present past, and its continual mark on the future

Dishtowel, thread, fabric, photo transfer on fabric, 5.5” x 6.5"

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