Lariel creates durational performances and immersive installations that involve one-on-one interactions, traditional handicrafts such as hanbok making and cowboy boot making, sewing, crocheting, weaving, dome structures, robotics and object making. She also builds Wombspaces in order to bring out the voices of the wombs and rescript the womb as a space with infinite possibilities, reproduction being only one of the potentials. She is in search of the vaginologos and attempts to excavate her body and voice. Her motivation for this search is to articulate a queer theory that starts from the queer femme body. In her exploration of feminisms and queer theories, Lariel communicates with women and femmes across time, space and gender distinction. Her works have been shown in Neiman Gallery, 062 Gallery, Links Hall (Chicago), Queer Feminist Film Festival (Athens), and OVF (Santa Fe)

Wombspace #1, 2019, wood, fabric, LED light, yarn, roving
Wombspace #1, 2019, wood, fabric, LED light, yarn, roving
There is a butterfly in you, 2018, performance & photography
Wombspace #1, 2019, wood, fabric, LED light, yarn, roving
Wombspace #2, 2018, PVC pipes, fabric, LED light