Kate Hush Fascinating Femme-fatale Neon Sculptures Inspired By Film Noir Aesthetic

As a throwback to the neon of a bygone era, Brooklyn-based artist Kate Hush puts a new spin on animated signs by addressing feminist issues through the flashy aesthetic of the material. Her femme fatales reference the dangerous and tragic women that once dazzled the silver screens of film noir. Her body of work responds to the absurd female stereotype of the crazy, unstable woman and plays into the fantasy of the dangerous vixen. The blinking lights generated by the animation of her pieces only increase the dramatic effect.

Kate Hush fascinating femme fatale neon sculptures inspired by film noir aesthetic

Kate Hush fascinating femme fatale neon sculptures inspired by film noir aesthetic

Kate Hush fascinating femme fatale neon sculptures inspired by film noir aesthetic

Kate Hush fascinating femme fatale neon sculptures inspired by film noir aesthetic

Kate Hush fascinating femme fatale neon sculptures inspired by film noir aesthetic

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