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Houston: “I’d tap that”

Artist Amber Erceg stands figure drawing on its head

If you have not been keeping up with the work of Amber Erceg you should read about her break-out work Dumpster Ballon as a way of fastening your seatbelt for the release of I’d Tap that.

Art photo “I’d tap that” depicts hair outlining a woman entering a bath.
“I’d tap that” 2022 by Amber Erceg courtesy the artist

Again Ms. Erceg works with photographic “Objets Trouves” (AKA “The Found Object”) but…




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