Abigail Goldman "Home Sweet Home" at Trifecta Gallery
MINI SCENE OF THE CRIME: Abigail Goldman Die-oramas make up "Home Sweet Home," the November show at Trifecta Gallery where "the grass is green, the flowers are blooming and after a short linger, the edges get rougher: There's a body in that trunk." They are an artist's response to domestic culture of anger and outrage that mix "the charming with the grotesque." New pieces are making their debut. "Home Sweet Home" opens during Preview Thursday at 6 p.m.
From a 2012 article in the Los Angeles Times.
Abigail Goldman was wandering the Internet when she came across the model train website that changed her life. She noticed all the miniature figures were engaged in wholesome activities — waving to strangers, helping neighbors.
Above: Krystal Ramirez “I Want to See More Brown Bodies” from 2017 will be reassembled at UNLV’s Barrick Museum of Art in Spring 2018.