9.25 х 9 in. cm.
Signed, and dated on verso of each work. All works are framed.
Size of "Sex #14" is 5.75 by 7 inches (14.6 by 17.8 cm); of "Sex #62" is 5.75 by 5.25 inches (14.6 by 13.3 cm); of "Sex #101" is 8 by 5.5 inches (20.3 by 14 cm); and of "Sex #139" is 9.25 by 9 inches (23.5 by 22.9 cm).
These four works on paper were part of the 2003 series "Integrating Sex Into Everyday Life," in which the artist assiduously recorded her daily activities-- ranging from meals eaten to sexual acts-- with maps, lists, and graphite drawings. The title of the exhibition refers to the Phelps's self-declared discovery, at the age of 32, of her own sexuality and sexual orientation. When these works were exhibited at the LFL Gallery, the artist and her girlfriend ate, drank, and passed time at a table in the gallery space, imitating the domestic life that Phelps had documented in her art.
American conceptual artist Danica Phelps (b. 1971) makes installations and works on paper that employ notes, numbers, charts, diagrams, and other devices to systematically document the details of her personal life. She has been the subject of over 45 solo exhibitions, including at Brennan & Griffin, New York, NY (2012); Galerie Hubert Winter, Vienna, Austria (2004, 2011); Galeria Nieves Fernández, Madrid, Spain (2008, 2011); Ritter/Zamet, London, England (2005, 2008, 2011); Nolan Judin, Berlin, Germany (2009); Kathryn Brennan Gallery, Los Angeles, CA (2009); Sister, Los Angeles, CA (2006, 2008); Zach Feuer Gallery (LFL Gallery), New York, NY (2001, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2008); Galerie Schütte, Essen, Germany (2002, 2005); Annet Gelink Gallery, Amsterdam, Netherlands (2002); Jack Tilton Gallery, New York, NY (1998), among many others. She lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.
Selected Public Collections:
Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR
Farnsworth Art Museum, Rockland, ME
Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA
Magasin 3 Konsthall, Stockholm, Sweden
Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, WA
Wien Museum, Vienna, Austria