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Christy Singleton

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Studio Location
Installation View, "Hellzapoppin" PS122 Gallery
"Joy Runner," 2009, Silicone, synthetic hair, found objects
I'll do "Anything to Turn you On," 2009, Silicone, shopping bags, plaster
Detail: "CARE," 2009, Siicone, plaster, aluminum foil
"Kamikaze Bubble Gum Cum," 2009, Plaster, plastic bag, silicone, synthetic hair
Artist's Statement

Someone at a Whitney opening gave me a short lecture about art. One of the things that they told me was that art comes from ~here and ~here, pointing to their crotch and their heart. I decided that is a perfect description of where my art comes from, and I would also add a pointer to my deep gut. My work is brutally honest, with a hilarious dark humor. I make sculptures that span the evolutionary trails and foundations of contemporary social and cultural identity. I generally use cast silicone to make my pieces, though recently I’ve incorporated found materials like plastic shopping bags and aluminum foil.


Christy was born and grew up in Atlanta, Georgia. Her work has been exhibited in "Silicone Valley," PS1 MoMA and "Eye of the Beholder," The Nassau County Museum of Art. Her work has been recently exhibited at PS 122 Gallery, New York, Envoy Enterprises Gallery, New York, and Salamatina Gallery, Moscow, Russia and Manhasset, New York. In addition, she has been added to the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art Feminist Art Base She currently lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.