Madonna Hamel

MADONNA HAMEL has been writing since childhood and has in the last six years brought her body into her art making. Her recent works reflect a need to re-connect the psyche with the body and to challenge the growing eroticism of voyeurism and alienation. Her collages work as spontaneous therapeutic tools to connect fragments of a personal revolution. Her influences include: delta blues, free jazz, experimental film, Flamenco dance, clotheslines, Alice Miller, Joni Mitchell, Kurt Schwitters, and a partridge in a pear tree.

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