Coille Hooven: Dancing for the Moon at the Monterey Museum of Art
Coille Hooven is often referred to as the first ceramist to bring feminism to clay. Hooven’s use of household objects has been the core of her work. Coille Hooven: Dancing for the Moon assembles Hooven’s fantastical porcelain shoes, finger puppets, and magic carpets. The work speaks to her desire for storytelling and fables.