"Through my work, I reveal the sides of our nature that we would rather not acknowledge. My work perpetually holds up a skewed mirror of reality for us to contemplate, to play the part of the character who eagerly points out the Emperor’s nakedness. I use satire as an invitation into my work to underscore its more serious implications. I believe vehemently in the revolutionary role of laughter in American culture. This very laughter allows us to break out of our stereotypes, whether these labels have been imposed by ourselves or our culture."
About the Artist
Dorothy Schultz received her Bachelor of Arts in Sculpture from Saint Mary’s College and her Master of Fine Arts in Sculpture from Pennsylvania State University in 2007. She actively shows her work across the country. She currently lives and works in Culver City, California for The Museum of Jurassic Technology.