Artist Rebecca Soudant Creates Stunning Embroidery for Pfizer Book’s Report 1, “Where Are Pfizer’s 20,000 Missing Patients?”
Rebecca Soudant is a Canadian artist and a Visual Arts teacher. She has created works in paint, print, fabric and metal. For the last several years, embroidery has been the focus of her practice.
Ms. Soudant reached out to DailyClout several months ago indicating that she had started a project embroidering the reports from the War Room/DailyClout Pfizer Documents Analysis Reports book. She has been sharing her progress with us and recently sent the photo above which represents her artistic interpretation of Report 1, “Where Are Pfizer’s 20,000 Missing Patients?” She offered this artist’s statement on her stunning piece:
“I wonder what happened to the missing patients. How are their Hearts? Has anything happened to their Fertility? The people in my embroidery hold their questions up in front of their faces. The question mark becomes both the question and the answer as it evolves into a vicious clothes hanger and takes flight (the clothes hanger being a symbol for consumerism). In my embroidered interpretation of Report 1, the people are fading in colour like ghosts. It scares me.”
Rebecca Soudant is a Canadian artist. She works mostly with oil paint and embroidery. Rebecca created ‘A Tapestry of Birth,’ which is part of the permanent collection at the Agnes Etherington Art Centre.