Howdy! My name is Maleah, and I'm a textile artist, stop motion animator, photographer, videographer, printmaker, and illustrator. I graduated from Kenyon College in spring 2020 with a BA in Studio Art and English and a minor in Spanish and am currently pursuing an MFA in Visualization at Texas A&M University (anticipated graduation Spring 2023), where I work as a videographer and motion graphics animator.
I am fascinated by the storytelling capacity of images and raw materials, and I love to experiment with new ways to make things. My work explores the self; the domestic; the beauty in the mundane; and the possibility of creating new worlds and new ways of being.
My work has been shown at a number of group exhibitions, including:
Au Moulin Rouge and Self Portrait (Can We Talk Tomorrow?), Pop Up! Visualization Spring Art Show, Viz North, Texas A&M University, Bryan, TX (2022)
Au Moulin Rouge and this house isn't gonna clean itself!, Annual Visualization Fall Exhibition, Green Auditorium, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX (2021)
The Kitchen, Pop Up! Visualization Fall Art Show, Viz North, Texas A&M University, Bryan, TX (2021)
The Kitchen, Kenyon College Senior Art Exhibition, Gund Gallery, Kenyon College, Gambier, OH (2020)