Below are photos from my photography exhibit Overdressed, a docu-series taken over two years showing the serious realities of living with environmental illness, while wearing my fanciest piece of clothing, a blue gown. A special thanks to Mentoring Artists for Women’s...
A shared meal that accommodates multiple food restrictions marks the 3rd performance piece for the Social Practice performance class at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Part 2 of the Community Tea performance art piece is happening tomorrow, Monday, November 17th at 4:30 pm CST in Chicago and it will take the form of a unifying walk.
Photographer Thilde Jensen’s long awaited ‘The Canaries’ book is finally available to purchase.
Twenty images from photographer Thilde Jensen’s “Canaries” collection are being featured on the website of Esquire Russia.
When you donate to Thilde Jensen’s Canaries book project, you’ll receive a variety of perks, depending on your contribution amount, from a signed print and credit in the book to a signed copy of the book itself and an invitation to the book release party.
Performance artist Monet Clark’s most recent show, “California Girl” at the Krowswork Gallery in Oakland, California is getting great reviews.
How does one go from twelve years in a wheelchair and mostly bedridden to walking, world traveling, working, and riding a bike?
What’s one thing you’d change about your chemical sensitivity? We posed this question to our members and the video responses are beginning to come in.
A selection of museum-quality works reflecting the experience of life with environmental illness.