By Alina Ko
“This painting is the first in a series of three – an autobiographical piece about a breast cancer survivor.
Flat (although not my case) references the women who have eschewed implants and have chosen to go flat.
It’s a component (a large mobile mural) to a performance art piece that is about women’s health and reproductive rights being under assault by the Trump Administration.”
Alina Ko is from New York City and has worked in radio, tv, independent films, production and post production studios. She had a small following as a poet/performance artist and moved to Miami to connect with artists/collaborators there.