Whenever we attempt to define anything we limit both its scope and its growth, especially when the object of our delineation is ourselves.
Selby Cole is a Bay Area artist and an editor of thejustalist.com. A lot of her work is influenced by the six years she spent living in Los Angeles. Her work has exhibited mostly in poorly-documented, haphazardly-curated living rooms transformed into galleries. Currently, she spends most of her time in her art studio in Dogpatch, San Francisco creating objects that are on the brink of utility. Right now, she is enamored with her hot glue gun and podcasts about Plato. Her work exists in the interstices between objects and performance, reality and representation, seriality and rupture.