Come Undone explores the nuanced processes of aging and loss. Set against cultural constructions of beauty ideals that pedestal the flawless and utilize digital modes of erasure, this series of latex sculptures use the language of tactile vulnerability. Prosch offers objects that act as skins moving between rest and motion, horror and ecstasy. The artist prods dominant negative representations and perceptions of aging, while considering the stigmas of trauma and grief. Come Undone highlights the power of disorder, transformation and the body in flux.

Latex dye, oak, bronze rod holders
Untitled (curtains): Latex dye, oak, bronze rod holders

Latex, dye, fur, hair, oak
Untitled (bed throw): Latex, dye, fur, hair, oak

Latex, dye, beeswax, bronze holder
Untitled (towel): Latex, dye, beeswax, bronze holder

Latex, dye, hair, bronze hooks
Untitled (bag): Latex, dye, hair, bronze hooks

Latex, dye, fur, oak, string
Untitled (mobile): : Latex, dye, fur, oak, string

Bed & Breakfast, Los Angeles, 2018
Exhibition View: Bed & Breakfast, Los Angeles, 2018

Bed & Breakfast, Los Angeles, 2018
Exhibition View: Bed & Breakfast, Los Angeles, 2018

Bed & Breakfast, Los Angeles, 2018
Exhibition View: Bed & Breakfast, Los Angeles, 2018