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In this week’s episode, I’m speaking with Sydni Gause, an interdisciplinary artist and Adjunct Professor in Sculpture at Alfred University. Sydni works with an array of materials that she uses in her sculpture, installation, and fiber-based practice. She uses her work as a means to respond to issues between power structures and gender inequality. Working with text and gendered iconography Gause exposes her oppressive truths and begins to challenge the viewers' conditioned constructs of both a woman’s role in society and in the home. Comment below to keep the conversation going! 

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Mother’s Hand, Onion skin dyed silk, pearl pin

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Kendall Schauder

A Past Tied to a Dark History, 19th Century Grain Cradle & felted sheep wool

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Grandmother

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If Father Could Pick My Veil, cotton, silk, velvet, vintage lace, steel

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Weight Of Words, velvet, zip-tie, bleach, sand

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It Starts In The Home

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The music for this podcast  is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International LicenseThe musical section is an excerpt of the original: The Beauty of Maths by Meydän.

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Maggie Schnaars

Maggie Schnaars said:

I really enjoyed the interview with Sydni Gause. She was so bare in her explanations of some of her pieces. Her description of the veil made me pause and just breathe for about 10 minutes. Whoa!
Thank you for continually striving to bring so much real life to your podcast.

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