2022

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Laurie Steelink, Target and Hoop, 2022. Acrylic on paper and mixed media consisting of metal hoop, 24 wood archery arrows, plastic zip ties, leather cord, bells, gear tie, and motorized lazy Susan. 89 x 69 x 69 inches

Laurie Steelink, Pony, 2021–2022, Acrylic paint, found objects (metal car hood, plastic hubcap, metal Ford Mustang running-pony emblem, red steel alloy lug nuts), cotton and synthetic yarn, adhesive stickers, Masonite and electric light fixtures. Installed in the exhibition Desert Rider at the Phoenix Art Museum, April 24–September 19, 2022, Akimel O'otham Territory, Phoenix, Arizona. Photo: Airi Katsuta

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Laurie Steelink, detail view of Pony, 2021–2022, Acrylic paint, found objects (metal car hood, plastic hubcap, metal Ford Mustang running-pony emblem, red steel alloy lug nuts), cotton and synthetic yarn, adhesive stickers, Masonite and electric light fixtures. Installed in the exhibition Desert Rider at the Phoenix Art Museum, April 24–September 19, 2022, Akimel O'otham Territory, Phoenix, Arizona

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Laurie Steelink, wall text for Pony, 2021–2022, Acrylic paint, found objects (metal car hood, plastic hubcap, metal Ford Mustang running-pony emblem, red steel alloy lug nuts), cotton and synthetic yarn, adhesive stickers, Masonite and electric light fixtures. Installed in the exhibition Desert Rider at the Phoenix Art Museum, April 24–September 19, 2022, Akimel O'otham Territory, Phoenix, Arizona. LINK TO INSTAGRAM POST of text being read.

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Installation view of Laurie Steelink, Pony, 2021–2022, Acrylic paint, found objects (metal car hood, plastic hubcap, metal Ford Mustang running-pony emblem, red steel alloy lug nuts), cotton and synthetic yarn, adhesive stickers, Masonite and electric light fixtures. Installed in the exhibition Desert Rider at the Phoenix Art Museum, April 24–September 19, 2022, Akimel O'otham Territory, Phoenix, Arizona. Work in foreground: Luis Jiménez, End of the Trail (with Electric Sunset), 1971. Work in background: Douglas Miles, You’re Skating on Native Land, 2022.