Kenzie Adair (Oklahoma, 1991) completed a BFA in May, 2014 from the Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah, GA. She has exhibited her work in group exhibitions in Savannah, GA, Lacoste, France, and Tulsa, OK. In her recent work, she examines role of consumerism in creating a dissonance between cultural constructs of femininity and the actual experience of being a woman. Through the reconfiguration of media imagery, she comments on the distortions of female identity that result from consumerist portrayals of women, and reveals some of the ways these portrayals are constructed. The resulting works are small or medium scale collages which recontextualize media imagery and ask how it may affect behavior towards women. Currently, she is living and working in Tulsa, OK and preparing for a solo exhibition in the fall of 2018. Her work is on view at Living Arts of Tulsa as part of a collaborative exhibition by the Holy Mother Collective called Space, Held through February 15th.