Meighan Gale's work documents the gestures that make up her
day: lifting, bending, soothing, waiting. Whether learned, repeated, or assumed, these movements define
the perimeters of domestic activity.
Gale studies the moves, then choreographs a sequence of postures
based on their expressive potential.
Photographed in black and white, each twist and turn of Gale's
body becomes a proposition: reshape the standard cant on women's
or be destined to live within its boundaries.