Freeman’s solo show "confronts and indulges in the history of psychopharmacology, the pharmaceutical industry and their hidden but understood effects on our culture. As a way to expose the use and abuse of the industries and medications, Freeman uses collage, sculpture, video, a board game, and a written essay by Cristien Storm to create an installation on about how pharmaceuticals are quietly altering our world."

-Jenn Graves The Stranger

Quiet Alter

Julia Freeman Quiet Alter

Julia Freeman Quiet Alter

Julia Freeman Quiet Alter

Julia Freeman Quiet Alter
Comminung Mill, Pill Press, Cone Blender (Sculptures leO to right) Laser cut wood (design created on illustrator), found parts, paint, mirror

Julia Freeman Quiet Alter
Weeping Liver or Ode to Claudia Rankine

Artists’ great grandmothers comforter topper, frame, dragon skin rubber, bedding, fabric dye, Balochi rug, video

Video by Molly Mac layer from Liversquisher

Binding Brass eyelets, silk canvas, artist’s great grandmother’s harvested batting

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