Collaboration with Nicole Ramirez

Too Much, Not Enough, 2017

Plastic bags, nails, quilting clips, “art” “objects”, labels, paper, plexiglass box

Workers, immigrants, women, and artists alike are rarely paid what their labor is worth. Physical, emotional, and creative labor goes unseen or unrecognized, even when there are material objects produced. On the wall are objects created or collected by the artists, available for purchase, for whatever value you choose. To purchase, unclip the bag and write down the amount you are paying on the label behind it. All money will be donated to API Chaya. API Chaya supports Asian, South Asian, and Pacific Islander survivors and families impacted by domestic violence and sexual assault, as well as human trafficking survivors from all communities. API Chaya engages communities to change societal conditions that enable domestic and sexual violence, human trafficking and all forms of oppression, especially violence against women and the most vulnerable in our society. For more information visit www.apichaya.org