From the series, Taking Back Jeanne d'Arc.
Resurrection (2017) Dress replicating the dress worn by Jeanne d’Arc in the drawing found in the margin of her trial minutes--the only representation of her made in her lifetime; artist’s welding blanket used during the past several decades; Ultrachrome prints of 100 painted and sculptural representations Jeanne d'Arc; fan blades; dirt and gold metallic powder; velvet and satin
On this day in 1431, Joan of Arc was burned at the stake for heresy in Rouen, France. In honor of this courageous woman, the strength and faith she represents, here are some artworks from the series, Taking Back Jeanne d'Arc.
Procession (2016) Altered wig and 47 locks of human hair
Intrusion (2016) Ultrachrome prints of 100 painted and sculptural representations Jeanne d'Arc; metals; acrylics; ribbon