Sara Lisch: BITE ME

September 2nd, 2022 – October 8th, 2022

Selections from Sara Lisch’s series BITE ME explores the relationships between objectification, sexuality, and sustenance. Sexual objectification is defined as an act of treating a person as a mere object of sexual desire.  Experientially, sexuality and objectification intermingle in ways that defy simple definition. Lisch’s multi-media work touches on the complicated dynamic between the theory of objectification and the experience of sexuality.

Bananas and Peaches

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Sara Lisch

Much of my work is floating in the uncharted waters of the inner narrative. Interpersonal dynamics between people and their complicated relationships within themselves lead me to a visual exploration of the human psyche.  Universal themes such as love, sorrow, hope, humor, and irony are used to navigate and reflect the many facets of emotion. I use figurative allegory to narrate stories and open windows into the human experience.  Animal symbolism is often integrated into my work suggesting a primal connection either with oneself or as a vehicle to animate different levels of consciousness.  Much of my creative inspiration comes from the mystery of the subconscience intersecting with the complexities of the world around us.