SARA LISCH is a San Francisco Bay Area multi-media artist. She has shown work in the Bay Area, Seattle, Chicago, New Mexico and New York. Her work has been exhibited at Flint Institute of the Arts and The Society of Art and Crafts Museum in Boston. She has been published in a variety of books and magazines and will be included in the Circle Quarterly Review, Spring Issue 2018. This is her first solo show at Mercury 20.
Sara Lisch’s new show 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.