Alyse Emdur is a Los Angeles-based interdisciplinary artist. Her projects use earnest humor to face loneliness, existential crisis, social struggle and the desire to escape.
Peep Hole is from a series of small drawings made from 2014 to 2016. Emdur’s work made in conversation with works that employ a sort of 'double gaze' – the viewer is watching a small animal or person watch something else in a domestic space such as a bird looking at its reflection, a cat peering into a birdcage, a mouse staring out of its mouse hole, or a man watching television.
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