Mikey Estes Clarita LuliÄ‡ embracing the likeness of her husband in her Tempe studio on ASU campus.
What happens in the studio, shouldn't always stay in the studio. Studio Visit Q+A is a weekly series that profiles artists in their studios. We ask them questions, they provide answers, and then we have a nice discussion about their work. This week: Current ASU MFA student Clarita LuliÄ‡.
Originally hailing from the UK, Clarita LuliÄ‡ is an emerging artist that mainly works with photography. Over her time spent studying at ASU, her practice has come to encompass sculpture, as well. Her current body of work, which will be featured in her MFA thesis exhibition at Gallery 100 next month, fittingly titled "The Good Hurt," deals with the relationship between husband and wife. Using her own relationship as a site of exploration, LuliÄ‡ uses humor as a means to investigate the often private intricacies of personal relationships, specifically marriage -- a contract between two people.