Monique Crabb (b. 1982), a Mexican-American artist whose work represents an interplay of narrative, identity, and symbolism that speaks to the constraints of societal structures and of the human body. Her diverse practice spans textiles, installation, video, and photography, with a focus on traditional craft processes. Reshaping secondhand fabric and using colors extracted from organic materials she has foraged or grown, allows her the opportunity to materialize deep contemplations of the inward experience into various forms that reference women’s work, throwaway culture, mental health and our growing climate crisis.
Monique received her BFA in Photography from the Maryland Institute College of Art and MFA at the University of Maryland Baltimore County in Intermedia + Digital Arts, and for nearly a decade contributed to the Baltimore City arts community as co-director of Current Space, an artist-run gallery, studios and performance space.
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