Amber Aguirre’s thought provoking and sometimes comical sculptures have a lot to say. Through her exquisite sculptural techniques she exposes the finer points of political and social issues with a sense of humor. Often, her sculptures have a deeper meaning as the titles often express ideas within the artwork. Her work explores various themes of victimization, terror and the consequences of decisions made. This catalog contains a brief essay by Devany Vickery-Davidson and images portraying bodies of works such as Wasps & Bees, Baby Nation, Bunny Girl, Pony Girl, Naked Raku, and 365 Bunny Heads.