Arlene Rush is a New York based conceptual artist whose diverse work deals with issues of gender, identity, and socio economic issues and politics. Her work asks viewers to look at the balance and place and meaning of what is occurring in our contemporary world.
Rush for President 2008, Installation performance piece. Derrick curator/gallery director, photo 27 ½” h x 24” w, plexi donation box with money & sign reading “Campaign Donations Goes To The Kadampa World Peace Temple”, glass bowl filled with campaign buttons reading “Rush For President” and Betsy Ross American flag 66”h x 42”w x 18”d
Twins II 2000. Digital Print, 30 in x 40 in.
Twins IV 2002. Digital Print, 30 in x 40 in.
Twins Slumber Party 2003.Digital Print, 11 in x 13 in.
Twins Cameo III, Digital print, frame, museum plexi, 50 in x 33 in.
Reject, 2016-Present. Interactive/multidisciplinary installation, shredder, imitation gold leaf, glass, shredded rejection letters, rejection letters, metal, plastic, wood, and polyurethane.
Rejection, Reject, Re…, 2014-2016. Installation.
Andre Emmerich, 1989 (from Rejection, Reject, Re…, series)
Art In General, 1992 (from Rejection, Reject, Re…, series)