Brandon Critiques Environmental Issues in Unexpected Ways
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Miranda Brandon ’03 is featured in a Planet Jackson Hole article that delves into her work that showcases environmental messages and social critiques in an unexpected way. In her most recent work, she portrays these messages on fabric and wants to do more work on items like bedspreads, scarves, and shower curtains. She created a throw pillow, for example, with coyotes bounding across the fabric but a closer look shows its surrounded by guns and traps.

Brandon also worked with photography and sculpture to portray the environmental issues prior to using fabric. “I like the idea of taking a familiar form, something we are so used to, like a pillow or a T-shirt, but using it to access something different,” Brandon tells Planet Jackson Hole.

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