“Red by the blood of our sisters is the first figurative piece I’ve made since COVID basically, and this is too big of a problem to ignore. My normal focus with my work deals with mental health advocacy and this topic of reproductive rights tie into mental health because how are we to discuss the trauma that will come as a result of forced pregnancy/the inability to have access to healthcare for people with uteruses. What are the mental repercussions of valuing the life of the unborn over the life of someone who already exists?”
N.Dia Webb (they/them) is a sculptor who is currently crash-landed in rural Iowa after receiving their M.F.A. from the University of Iowa in 2021. Their work has notably been shown in the Graduate Biennial at the Clay Studio, Between the Coasts in Lawrence, Kansas, and Surface Remix in Grinnell, Iowa. They have been a resident at the Hambidge Center for Creative Arts and Sciences in Rabun Gap, GA and they have work in many private collections as well as the public collection of the Zuckerman Museum of Art in Kennesaw, GA.