These small-scale ink pieces respond to Maggie Siebert’s provoking and jarring collection of short stories called BONDING. I call 'em "when-ya-know-ya-know illustrations"- abstract at first glance, but quite literal if you've read the stories.
In the publisher's words: "In BONDING, Maggie Siebert evokes unreality as visceral experience, situates you in private fears and raging emotion for a freefall through bizarro humor and hardship, body horror, gore and fantasia, subversion and satire, mnemonic wreckage and tight-gripped pulp... Here are fascinations, heartfelt observations, lurid, liminal spaces to dwell in." (Expat Press, 2021)