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 Past Exhibition

Naomi Fisher: Clear Cut
April 15–July 10, 2005
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Miami-based Naomi Fisher creates psychologically and sexually charged drawings and photographs in which tropical landscape, decorative pattern, and fairytale figures collide in nightmarish scenarios. Her brilliantly hued images of women in menacing nature scenes are drawn from characters imagined or inspired by horror films, feminist literature, music, and art history. Fierce yet beguiling, Fisher's works occupy the shifting terrain between beauty and repulsion. Naomi Fisher was a visiting artist at the Kemper Museum.