Grace Mae Huddleston is an interdisciplinary artist interested in the relationship between humans and the so-called natural world of flora and fauna. Through her work in drawing and textiles she seeks to explore and represent the various manifestations of this relationship. Formal and conceptual elements from comics, craft, and kitsch are her primary influences.

Currently she is focusing on a drawing and textiles based installation that will represent a subterranean world ruled by slimy charismatic microfauna. When a teenage girl decides to slip through a hole in Earth's crust she alights in this seemingly-alien place. Here human shadows dance in and out of focus in acid colored hallucinogenic landscapes dominated by interstitial invertebrates and curiously evolved flora.

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