My work explores the manipulation of collective memory and the dialogue between language, vulnerability, and permanence.
When loneliness is at the forefront of vulnerability, we are inclined to fabricate particular representations of our realities in an attempt to connect to those outside of it.
Kerry Butcher is an artist and educator based in Dallas, Texas. She received her BFA in Studio Art and Photography from the University of Texas at Arlington in 2012 and currently manages gallery programs for the Center for Creative Connections at the Dallas Museum of Art. She was also once seasonally employed as a mall Easter Bunny.