About the Artist
Diana Falchuk (Seattle) received a 2008 GAP to create a series of photographed sculptural set-ups that involve decayed, sun-dried food. Diana scars and discolors the food, leaving it in sunny windows to shrivel and harden. Her most recent work depicts multiple degraded parts of small beings bound together with vital material. She uses her work to convey an optimistic conclusion for the threat of decay and extinction facing our physical world.
Information included above was provided by artist at the time of application.