Dana Filibert transports us into a world of playful mischief, where memories of childhood innocence fuse with references to human biology and the manufactured consumer object. Semblances of familiar objects are altered by bold, glistening finishes and corporeal forms that play with our sense of reality. 

Filibert ‘s work responds to a society in which the manufactured persists to become more deeply integrated in daily life; where individuals identify with consumer objects as part of their persona. Her work resides in a space where boundaries blur, and the artificially generated becomes identity.