Olivia Mae Sinclair analyzes the emotional implications of power and sex between female and male identifying individuals. The form and shape of the books demonstrate the theme of deterioration through manipulation such as cutting, ripping, and fraying. Techniques include are screen printing, sewing, and machine embroidery. The books have a raw and rough quality to them as they borrow the visual language from sketchbooks, journal entries and the zine community. She takes inspiration from the Sloppy Craft movement. Sloppy Craft as defined by honouring the process of making over the final piece. Overall, her question remains; how do we read with our entire body?

Olivia Mae Sinclair

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