Genevieve Rae Busby, currently based in Oregon, creates work that explores the interconnectedness of our material world, both natural and man-made.
Throughout her practice, she insists on the importance of examining the everyday things that populate our world, of considering the strange agency of objects and our fraught—but also delightful—material relationships. Caught in delicate gouache strokes or suspended in resin, her objects and paintings bring the stuff of our frenetic, contemporary world into focus, offering opportunity for critical reflection and wonder.
Originally from a small farm in rural Kansas, she has shown work in shows in Providence, RI, Lawrence, KS, Mexico City and the Bay Area, and recently received her MFA from Mills College.
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