Dr. Rachel Epp Buller maintains a dual critical and creative practice as an art historian and printmaker / book artist. Much of her writing and curating addresses intersections of art and the maternal, including her book, Reconciling Art and Mothering and a new in-progress project on Inappropriate Bodies. She privileges collaborative projects within the visual arts and welcomes opportunities to work across disciplines. In her current creative work at Transart, she investigates fictional narratives of imagined family histories, letter-writing, and textural references to matrilineal traditions of fine handwork such as sewing, crochet, and delicate cut-paper work.
memory; archive; gender; printmaking; book arts