The multifaceted artworks of Ambrosia Bartošekulva are seemingly limitless in their imaginings and mediums. Her vast multistory (and multisensory) installations such as #PLANETS, textured mixed-media paintings including salt honey and menstrual blood, or the internal underworlds invoked in aria as wrtch all contain a common thread of innate wisdom and lead us on journeys not out but through. Despite deep DIY roots in Seattle’s underground, Ambrosia has recently moved to Chicago to pursue a BA of Fine Arts focusing on technology, biology, and sculpture at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago as the recipient of a full merit scholarship.
The follow up album to wrtch's debut release 'Guilt of Man' (Dubbed Tapes), 'Sympathy for the Creator' (Self Group) is an intellectual and bodily conquest towards understanding the innermost wounding of all of existence. In 'Cleisiophobia,' both fear and fetish are exposed through delicately swelling circluar layers, improvised vocalizations, and images of panopticon prisons. Recorded live and mixed by Kazimierz Baniszewski to high bias cassette tape at Gallery 1412 and The In Arts NW. Performed, composed and mastered by Ambrosia Bartošekulva.
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