Zola Rollins is a writer, friend, curator and interdisciplinary sculpture artist living and working in chicago. Their studio practice springs from with an affinity for objects that were designed to imitate natural features (i.e. speakers disguised as rocks or cell towers as trees) and the manufactured dichotomy between the city and nature. They are invested in a collective investigation of the ways our perception intercepts with our selfhood and how we read objects in the background. They a founder and curator of Switch-Hook projects a curatorial project emanating from Chicago.



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