In the dishes at left are natural ground-up pigments that Lauigan uses for dyeing, while the bouquet on the right is a remnant from a performance she and Wolkowicz did at a community garden in the East Village, in which she “laid out almost a mandala of different flowers,” she says. “Botany and flowers are really symbolic in my work.”
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In the dishes at left are natural ground-up pigments that Lauigan uses for dyeing, while the bouquet on the right is a remnant from a performance she and Wolkowicz did at a community garden in the East Village, in which she “laid out almost a mandala of different flowers,” she says. “Botany and flowers are really symbolic in my work.”