Maureen Selwood

“Selwood grapples with notions of dislocation, grief and loss… The result is indeed akin to poetry, in its piercing sadness that is at once palpable and ephemeral.”
– Holly Willis

“Extrapolating on gestures of resistance and female empowerment…that not only expand on the essential dialogue of women’s work, but also amplifies our own imaginative relationship to it.”

–Eve Wood