Allison Baker -- Ice Cream Gal


9 x 5 x 7 inches (approximately)
Foam and resin
Edition of 12 unique variants
Signed and dated on bottom

Melting into sticky, viscous puddles, Allison Baker's 'Ice Cream Gals' expose the inevitable endpoint of pop art's misogynistic tendency to equate the female body with confectionary delights.

Hailing from Indiana, Allison Baker holds an MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design, a BFA in Sculpture and BA in Gender Studies from Indiana University. Focused on stereotypically gendered mores such as caregiving, her practice explores hegemonic femininity as a site of resistance, and translates domestic idioms into a deceptively vibrant and uncanny universe. She is currently an Assistant Professor of Sculpture and Studio Art at Hamline University in St. Paul.