Ellen Sandor, Chris Kemp, Thomas Meeker, Chris Day and Mike Seigel
Duratrans, Kodalth, Plexiglas
Nascent developed as a way of depicting the ancient woman pregnant—maternal, yet engaged with something outside of herself. She is pregnant not just literally, but with some idea of a future woman, one as yet uncoiled. In the globe, an adult woman is seen in a fetal position, which is represented again in the predella below in a sequence floating along a place filled with water and futuristic architecture. Whether she is seeing the future, her own progeny, or something else in this globe remains a mystery. In the Old Testament, Jezebel was both a mother and a queen.