Fire your psychologist, hire a painting.
Over four years ago, Bel Linquist began a series of sound experiments attempting to rewrite the software of her subconscious mind using tiny, lyrical narratives that she described as 'love songs to her darker parts'. The culmination of this inquiry resulted in a collection of lo fi recordings published under the alias, Gretel Prinn.
This investigation was so compelling that she began to build a 'navigational system' to create a visual context in order to archive and further explore this work. This navigational system became Holy Map, an exhaustive body of large scale paintings and privately commissioned 'neurological portraits' meant to rewire the brains (and hearts) of her collectors.
Bel makes sound experiments in a tiny cabin room at the Jane Hotel that a sailor used to sleep in. Bel believes the brain can be rewired with its own thoughts.