- September 10th - October 4th 2014
- Reception: September 11th, 6 - 9pm
- Archive Space
- Wed - Sat 12 - 6pm
- Free & Open To The Public
“Moon Over Me” is a mixed media installation by local printmaker Bailey M. Chick. The piece is an exploration of Middle Childhood, a psychological term used to define the developmental period just before puberty marked by a shift in cognitive ability. It is during this stage that awareness of one’s self as a being more complexly defined than by blunt physical characteristics solidifies. As a result, comparison to one’s peers physically and intellectually becomes a gauge of self-worth. This stage is crucial in staging the future of the individual, and it could be argued especially important to the well-being of females as puberty begins earlier than their male peers and physicality becomes increasingly interwoven with their self-worth.