This series explores a reconstruction of Tiffany’s childhood self (a fidgety, curious and dyslexic girl) which ultimately gives viewers an idea of who Tiffany is at present. The use of a painted glass surface is inspired by Flora Borsi’s series called “IRÉEL”. http://www.floraborsi.com/191724/3739872/gallery/ireel
An Object: My New Legs
In this next series, I was tasked to pick an object that best represented me. My pair of crutches are one of the objects that have found its way into my life as a necessary means of likewise vital support. Juan and Julio, my crutches, became my physical support when I sprained my ankle. They remind me of my vulnerability and weaknesses. Even though I try to be self-sufficient, I still need support from God, my family and friends.
My World: Of Playgrounds, Onesies and Toilet Paper
This work was inspired by Jackson Pollock and Cristo. The act of wrapping the playground with toilet paper represents the construction of my own world. As the artist, I have the power to construct my own world in my works. This work focuses more on the process of creating such a reality rather than the finished product.