Inspired by my kid’s sticker collection, the sticker scraps that he gave me, and playing on the word “collection”; I turned this sketchbook into a fashion moodboard as my version of a Sticker Collection. This is part of a working series called Processing Parenthood. The book is housed at the Art Council of Princeton.
Aidan Mirowsky (jAM), is an interdisciplinary artist whose work includes photography and video, painting, printmaking, collage, land art, and installations. Mirowsky often explores themes of language, parenthood, and sustainability. After canceling her trash pickup and implementing more ecological waste management systems, Mirowsky began using non-recyclable items as art supplies in her work, which reflects on the beauty of nature and the humor of life; while also addressing issues of “throw away” culture.