We Came Down from the Trees and We Did This: The Graphic Observations of an Anthro-Hack
Inspired by the social and sexual behaviour of bonobos, this book is about resisting slut-shaming and reinterpreting promiscuities.
With a focus on female sexuality, the Anthro-Hack utilizes drawings, “field notes,” and fictional systematic language to examine sexist theories prominent in evolutionary biology and conventional mythology concerning drives, desire, and dominance.
© Çlåöd Îdíã 2015
6" x 9" 106 pages, colour
Liar, Liar! (2013, ongoing)
graphite, acrylic, coloured pencil, marker, ink on mylar, paper
Collaborative drawing and performance installation between
Çlåöd Îdíå & Åj Dähl
Show Me Your Privates: The Sexual, Scatalogical, and Boring Shit We Think and Do (2014)
A selection of drawings produced at ReMaking residency, Banff Centre for the Arts, Alberta.
Comics (2012- 2014)
graphite on paper (edited)
dimensions vary, 8'' x 10''
Friends, Family, Foes, 2013 (enlarged)
dimensions vary - 4' w x 6' h
acrylic, oil, pastel, graphite on cardboard, (wooden tripod)
Life-sized interpretations, contentious dynamics, working-through.