Keep it to Yourself is a series of four hand drawn images of Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, HIV, and Trichomoniasis. Displayed within an arrangement of unfurled condoms, the work references a view of disease through the lens of a Petri dish. My interest lies in the fracturing of image and scientific detachment the work brings to a taboo subject. “Keep it to Yourself” is meant to be simple and direct with a sense of abject beauty.
Kim Hindman is an artist working primarily in prints, drawings, and books. Her images are detail driven with a focus on line and distortion. She has exhibited work both locally and nationally, most recently at Core New Art Space in Denver, CO. Originally from Northern Michigan, she received her BFA from Grand Valley State University in 1999 and her MFA from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst in 2003. Hindman has taught courses in drawing, printmaking and book art at the university level and has held print and book workshops for the last decade. She now resides in Boulder, Colorado and is the owner/operator at 10 Digit Press.
To learn more about Kim Hindman’s work visit her site: www.10digitpress.com